Policies & Procedures


Texas School District Increases Security Training, Reporting

Texas School District Increases Security Training, Reporting

Since October, CISD has offered the Anonymous Alerts app for students and parents to anonymously report urgent information to campus administrators.

Tennessee Issues Statewide Report on School Security

Tennessee Issues Statewide Report on School Security

"It is possible that schools scored the lowest in these particular domains because they include measures that require the greatest fiscal resources to implement," said the report, “Safety First: A Review of Security and Preparedness in Tennessee Schools.”



Maine Schools Double Down on Security and Safety

Maine Schools Double Down on Security and Safety

Many Maine campuses are adding school resource officers in addition to their other security measures. According to data collected by University of Southern Maine research analyst Danielle Layton, Maine had at least 82 school resource officers as of this fall.

Two Independent Campus Safety Investigations to Evaluate University of Utah

Two Independent Campus Safety Investigations to Evaluate University of Utah

The University of Utah announced Friday two investigations into its safety and police procedures following the murder of a student on campus in October.

Missouri School District Gets $4.3 Million to Upgrade School Security

Missouri School District Gets $4.3 Million to Upgrade School Security

One of the district’s first priorities is to implement a brand-new visitor screening process in the spring.

New Jersey District Cybersecurity Incident Affects 800 Employees

New Jersey District Cybersecurity Incident Affects 800 Employees

Galloway Township Public Schools was hit by a cyber attack last month that included teacher credentials and fraudulent wire transfers.

Privacy by Design: Best Practices for Using Facial Recognition to Support Safer K-12 Campuses

Privacy by Design: Best Practices for Using Facial Recognition to Support Safer K-12 Campuses

Selecting the right facial recognition software is an important first step in developing an effective campus security system.

Grambling State Makes Security Upgrades

Grambling State Makes Security Upgrades

Following an on-campus shooting involving two non-students, Grambling State University in Louisiana has made changes to its security and safety policies.

Nebraska Schools Create Assessment for SROs

Nebraska Schools Create Assessment for SROs

City and school officials in Lincoln, Nebraska, have proposed and drafted a new evaluation process for the school resource officer program in Lincoln’s middle and high schools. The evaluation process would involve five-year data trends and surveys of parents, staff and students.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - October 2018

    October 2018

    Featuring:

    • The Importance of Coordinated Communications
    • Technology and School Security
    • Invisible Protection
    • AI Comes to the Classroom

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