Month: June 2014

Safety Law News for 6/27/14

In an opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court, the justices unanimously ruled that law enforcement officials cannot harvest the contents of a cell phone under the “search incident to arrest” exception to the warrant requirement of the Fourth Amendment. Statistics…

Safety Law News for 6/24/14

Tulsa Public Schools review safety regulations due to rising number of shootings in 2014 across the U.S.  The Lynchburg, Virginia City Council approved a plan to reinstate the school resource officer program in the middle schools through city, school, and…

Safety Law News for 6/13/14

Middletown, Connecticut officials from the school district and the police department have signed a “Right Response” agreement that looks to allow for better discretion from administrators and school resource officers on how to handle behavioral problems. Five sheriff’s deputies will…