The National School Safety Network
August 22, 2012, Baton Rouge Advocate – (Louisiana) McKinley student accused of carrying gun at school. A junior at McKinley High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was arrested August 21 after administrators found a loaded handgun in his book bag, according to an East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office news release. The gun had one bullet in the chamber, the release says. A school drug task force deputy responded to the call reporting a student had…Continue
Added by SCHOOLSAFE on August 23, 2012 at 7:58am — No Comments
August 10, WALA 10 Mobile – (Alabama) Mobile, Alabama police arrested a former Spring Hill College (SHC) student August 9 and charged him with making a terrorist threat against the college. In July 2011, Spring Hill issued an advisory to faculty and staff saying, He is not allowed on the campus, at College events, or to contact the College. The advisory went on to say, If you see him on the campus or at SHC events, or receive communication from…Continue
Added by SCHOOLSAFE on August 14, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments
DENVER, CO, May 25, 2012 -- Colorado State Senator Steve King announced today that the Panasonic 3D Innovation Center in Hollywood has released its entire portfolio of Panasonic 3D technologies to King's statewide School Safety Summit initiative that will use immersive and interactive 3D to improve public safety and Homeland Security training in schools.
The next-generation 3D learning system will be made freely available to all Colorado schools to help…Continue
Added by Steve King on May 25, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments
The Boulder Valley School District covers a geographic area of just over 500 square miles. Our 55 school locations include urban areas with schools adjacent to a large college campus, suburban schools located in neighborhoods of various socio-economic conditions, and a few small rural mountain schools.
We are served by seven different Law Enforcement Agencies. During the past few years, each of those agencies have been…Continue
I discovered that all the exam questions for IS-362 are taken from the Course Summary. There are no questions based on the handouts or pdf files included in the online tutorial.
The administrator at the Emergency Management Institute says that the exam can be "open book," meaning that I can look up answers wherever I want during the exam.
However, she also says that each page of the…Continue
Added by Safety Week on July 3, 2009 at 12:00pm — No Comments