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New Chief Takes Helm of Troubled Ill. Campus Agency

August 28, 2013
Northern Illinois University (NIU) appointed Tom Phillips as its new police chief on Wednesday. He formerly was the University of Chicago's deputy chief.

Nerf Gunfight Brings Police to Ohio School

August 22, 2013
When the Elyria (Ohio) Police Department received a call that shots had been fired at the Open Door Christian School and Church on Wednesday, it responded with every available unit. What police found was a Nerf gun fight.

School Clerk Convinced Ga. Gunman to Surrender

August 22, 2013
Ronald McNair Discovery Learning Academy bookkeeper Antoinette Tuff is being hailed as a hero for talking down Michael Brandon Hill who threatened to shoot up the school.

COPsync Rolls Out Emergency Alerting Nationwide

August 22, 2013
The new alert service, called COPsync911, will allow school personnel throughout the United States to send alerts directly to the closest law enforcement officers during an emergency.

Ky. Deputy Collapses at School

August 7, 2013
A McCracken County (Ky.) Sheriff's deputy died Tuesday shortly after he collapsed while helping a private school in Paducah prepare for the start of classes.

Ark. AG: Arming of Teachers Not Permitted

August 5, 2013
A state board that licenses private security agencies doesn't have the authority to allow school districts to employ educators and staff as security personnel, according to a legal opinion from Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel.

Ark. School District Plans To Arm Teachers

July 30, 2013
A small Arkansas school district is arming and training 20 volunteer teachers and staff with handguns for fall classes under a little known state law allowing license, armed security guards on campus.

Calif. Pepper-Spray Officer Claims Psychiatric Damage

July 29, 2013
Former University of California, Davis, Police Lt. John Pike is claiming he suffered psychiatric and nervous system damage as a result of a video-taped incident showing him pepper spraying Occupy protesters.

Wash. Police Arrest Suspect with Bombs, Maps of Colleges

July 8, 2013
Authorities arrested a man from Nevada on Wednesday near the University of Washington and found weapons, six firebombs and maps to three Seattle college campuses.

Oregon University Police Officers Allowed to Carry Guns

June 25, 2013
Oregon's Board of Education voted on Friday to allow University of Oregon police officers to carry guns. The vote was unanimous.

Campus IED Attack: The Answer

June 14, 2013
With this SWAT blog, we're answering a question proposed in the May 29 blog, "Campus IED Attack: What Would You Do?" You told us how you would handle the scenario of a campus active shooter suspect with IEDs. Here's the answer.

Oregon University Seeks Armed Police Officers

June 11, 2013
Currently, the university's police department has 18 Glock 21 Gen 4s and two Glock 17 Gen 4s. However, the handguns are only used for training since the university does not have the state's permission to carry firearms.

Bomb Threat Evacuates Princeton University

June 11, 2013
Employees were told to leave the campus just before 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. No classes are in session at Princeton although some summer programs are taking place.

Police Shoot, Kill Gunman In Calif. College Shooting

June 7, 2013
Five people, including the gunman, died Friday in a shooting rampage that began with a deadly home invasion and ended at Santa Monica College.

Proposed Bill Adds Campus Police Officers to DOJ's Benefits Program

June 6, 2013
Congressman Michael Capuono has filed a bill in honor of a slain Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) officer that would provide federal financial assistance to campus police injured in the line of duty.

Campus IED Attack: What Would You Do?

May 29, 2013
You respond to a Columbine-style school attack by suspects with guns and IEDs. Tell us how you would handle the situation by adding your comment below.

Calif. College Wants Sheriff's Deputies to Patrol Campus

May 28, 2013
Officials at Solano Community College are negotiating with the Solano County Sheriff's Office to have its officers replace campus police.

Ala. District to Arm Teachers, Staff

May 28, 2013
Despite Gov. Robert Bentley's vetoing a local bill to arm teachers and staff in Franklin County Schools (FCS), the Alabama state legislature passed the legislation last week.

Ore. Teen Accused of Plotting School Bombing

May 28, 2013
Police arrested a 17-year-old West Albany High School student Thursday for plotting a Columbine-style attack on his school using explosive devices.

R.I. Ends Ban On Armed Campus Police

May 24, 2013
Police at the University of Rhode Island could soon be carrying firearms following a vote Thursday by state education officials to end Rhode Island's distinction as the only state to prohibit police on public campuses from carrying guns.
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