NCPC named School Safety Partners a National Funding Resource in its publication, Be Safe and Sound in School: A Guide to Best Practices. To download the pdf booklet, click McGruff the Crime Dog above.
Police in Bountiful, Utah, arrested two teenagers, both high school students, for exploding homemade chemical bombs forcing Bountiful High School to close for 2 hours....
The DOJ, FBI, and campus police are investigating a bomb threat at the home of the University of Pittsburgh’s chancellor and five other threats on university buildings. ...
The University of California will host a public meeting to discuss a new report on the pepper spraying of student demonstrators by UC Davis police in November 2011....
The educational approach taken is a mix of modern methods and Pashtun traditions that promote community and a commitment to pluralism.
Three students at Lake Forest Middle School in Cleveland, Tennessee pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment charges after manufacturing an explosive device and setting it off in their school’s cafeteria.
Born This Way Foundation - Creating a safe community that helps connect young people with the skills and opportunities they need to build a braver, kinder world.
New Jersey Governor Christie announces a bipartisan clean-up of Anti-Bullying law that preserves the protections it affords to students.
Chemicals that imitate the properties of marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy and methamphetamine can create severe paranoia that may cause users to harm themselves or others.
'Campus MHAP: A Guide to Campus Mental Health Action Planning' helps higher ed professionals support students who are struggling emotionally or are distressed.
New Colorado Tornado Drill
This audio recording walks you through a new type of school tornado drill developed by School Superintendent Leo Laprarie of Granada School District and Sheriff Jim Faull of Prowers County, Colorado. The county was devastated by the Holly Tornado in 2007. In this new drill, conducted exactly three years later, calling 9-1-1 instantly activated a network that linked the school's 2-way radios with those used by multiple response agencies.