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Maryland School Board Ponders Question of Arming School Resource Officers

Currently, Baltimore SROs are allowed to carry their service weapon while patrolling the exterior of a school building before and after school hours. But they are required to store their weapons in a secure location during the school day.

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A Crash Course in Collaboration: How Technology can Fuel Better Engagement Between City and Campus Police Departments

The National Center for Education Statistics forecasted an enrollment of 19.9 million adults across U.S. colleges and universities. How can campus security stay ahead? 

Fire Door Armor Barricade Notification

This barricade can withstand several tons of outside pressure, helping keep classrooms secure.

Mutualink Announces Deployment in Lake County, FL, Schools

On June 25, 2018, the Lake County School Board approved the funding and purchase of Mutualink's interoperable communications solution. Lake County joins many other Florida county school districts deploying Mutualink in the wake of the tragic Parkland school shooting in February.

Video: Police Rescue Teacher Held Hostage at CA Elementary School

A SWAT team rescued a teacher being held hostage in the classroom of an elementary school in Riverside, CA, Tuesday after an hourslong standoff. The hostage taker was fatally shot.

Police Officer Who Stopped Ohio State Attack Recognized

Officer Alan Horujko, who stopped a knife attack on the Ohio State University’s campus last year, was recognized Thursday at the 2017 Distinguished Law Enforcement Achievement Awards.

SC Deputy Cleared of All Charges, Sues for Defamation

Federal prosecutors say they will not charge a deputy who was videotaped using force against a South Carolina high school student in a classroom after she refused to give him her cellphone.

Video: Ohio State Attacker Was Angry About Treatment of Muslims, Official Says

The Somali-born student who carried out the car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University stewed over the treatment of Muslims while apparently staying under the radar of federal law enforcement.

ISIS Says Ohio State Attacker Was 'Soldier' of Group

The media arm of the Islamic State claimed Tuesday that the Ohio State student who crashed a car into a campus crowd and then lashed out with a butcher knife was a "soldier'' of the terror group who heeded appeals to strike the U.S., and its allies.

SC Bill Could Allow Teachers to Carry Guns at School

South Carolina Representative Joshua Putnam is working on a draft bill that would allow teachers in the state to apply for a special concealed weapons permit for carrying guns at school.