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Florida School Board Shooting (Full)

December 17, 2010

A gunman later identified as Clay A. Duke was shot three times after opening fire at a Florida school board meeting. The school system's head of security, Mike Jones, returned fire at the gunman, who then killed himself. This version of the shooting is from a WMBB news camera and shows Duke's full rant about his wife's firing and the couple's loss of benefits. Actual clip is in focus.

Gunman Shot After Opening Fire During School Board Meeting

December 14, 2010
Prior to discharging his weapon, the shooter brandished a can of red spray paint and painted a V with a circle around it on a wall. He then brought out his weapon and began addressing the board meeting.

Univ. of Texas Austin Passes Active Shooter Test

December 10, 2010

Fortunately, law enforcement and university staff and administrators had undergone training, had good working relationships with each other, as well as with other agencies, had appropriate plans, had a layered mass notification system and had a trained student population that was prepared to respond appropriately.

Wisconsin School Gunman Dies of Self-Inflicted Wound

November 30, 2010
The 15-year-old who took a class of 23 students hostage on Monday afternoon at Marinette High School in Wisconsin has died from a self-inflicted wound.

Armed High School Student Holding Class Hostage In Wisconsin

November 29, 2010
The situation unfolded during a 6th period Western Civilization class at Marinette High School that began between 1:30 and 2 p.m. local time. Shots reportedly were fired.

Portland Police Form Youth Services Division

November 23, 2010
The Portland Police Bureau will form a Youth Services Division to bring together school resource officers, the Gang Resistance Education Program, the Cadet and Reserves Program and the Police Activities League.

Crack Cocaine Found In Preschooler's Shoe

November 16, 2010
After a 3-year-old girl complained of foot pain, staffers at a Boston-area Head Start program discovered 17 bags of crack cocaine in the preschooler's shoe.

Survey: Campus Agencies Lack Staff, Weapons

November 3, 2010
Campus Safety magazine's "How Safe Is Your Campus?" survey also covers wages, officer morale, active shooter/bomber response preparedness, sexual assault policy, alcohol policy, resources and emergency management issues.

Color Guard Imposter Brought Two M16s Into Michigan Game

October 25, 2010
The man used the uniform and rifles as a ruse to sneak into the game, after he was unable to purchase a ticket.

N.C. Cops Find TATP In Home of Student With Exploding Pen

October 21, 2010
TATP is the same explosive used by Richard Reid (Shoe Bomber) as well as the London subway bombings in July 2005. Ingredients include common chemicals, including hydrogen peroxide and acetone. The final product is a white powder with a strong acrid smell.

N.Y. Officers Handcuffed Shot Man Who Struck Cop With Car

October 19, 2010
The New York college football player who was fatally shot after striking a Mount Pleasant (N.Y.) Police officer with a vehicle during a street brawl was handcuffed by officers following the shooting.

U. of Texas Releases Video, Audio Footage of Gunman

October 15, 2010
The University of Texas (UT) has released the 911 calls and video footage of the pandemonium that was caused when a student opened fire on campus that resulted in his death.

Part-Time Cop Charged in College Shooting

October 8, 2010
Christopher Amyx, 23, told police that he shot Jonathan Schipper, a sophomore at the college, in self-defense, reports WAVY.com. Amyx is an auxiliary officer for the Pinetops Police Department.

Global Terror, Local Targets

September 30, 2010

The following is a quick look at where and how some of the leading experts on terrorism believe our enemies may strike. It's in no particular order because each scenario is a nightmare, and how do you rate a nightmare?

University of Texas Student Kills Self In Library

September 28, 2010
Shortly after 8 a.m., Colton Tooley, a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in math at UT, entered the school's Perry-Castaneda Library and allegedly fired four shots with an AK-47 rifle. The suspect, who was wearing black clothing, then headed to the sixth floor, where he shot himself.

S.C. Teen Tweeted He 'Had a Plan' Before Shooting

September 22, 2010
A South Carolina ninth-grader who shot the school resource officer with Socastee High School near Myrtle Beach on Tuesday began posting Twitter messages about his plan on Aug. 23, the first day of school.

Johns Hopkins Gunman Wounds Surgeon, Then Kills Mother and Self

September 16, 2010
The suspect barricaded himself in a room of the hospital's thoracic center on the eighth floor of the hospital's Nelson Building. The shooter was reportedly upset about his mother's treatment at the hospital and shot the doctor in the stomach during surgery.

Handcuffed Robbery Suspect Took Cruiser On Two-Mile Joy Ride

September 9, 2010
Officers investigating a burglary at Wing Luke Elementary at 2 a.m. today found and arrested the unnamed suspect, who was able to maneuver his handcuffed wrists in front of him and crawl into the front seat of the patrol car because the partition screen was lowered.

SRO Reported S.D. Teen's School Bomb Plot

September 1, 2010
Joseph Thomas Hansen, 18, was arrested Aug. 23, the day before he was scheduled to begin his senior year at Sisseton High School. Police arrested the teen after a school resource officer received a tip about Hansen's suspected plot.

N.C. Appeals Ruling on Church-Affiliated College Police Agencies

August 26, 2010
The State of North Carolina on Thursday filed notice of an appeal with the N.C. Supreme Court and asked the court to delay enforcing a recent lower-court ruling that said Davidson College’s campus police cannot enforce state laws because it is a religious institution.
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