Month: November 2014

Safety Law News for 11/26/14

Federal court rules that a school resource officer did not violate the civil rights of a special education student when he arrested her, handcuffed her, and transported her to the juvenile detention center following an altercation in the classroom. [J.H.…

Safety Law News for 11/21/14

A School Safety Task Force will recommend that South Carolina schools practice more safety lock-down drills and have more School Resource Officers and more school psychologists. Police and school officials in Providence, Rhode Island have signed an inter-agency agreement on a…

Safety Law News for 11/17/14

In New Jersey, Hackensack School District officials reached an agreement with the Mayor and City Council to continue the school resource officer program by placing two resource officers in the high and middle schools until the 2018-2019 school year. The…