Month: February 2017

Safety Law News for February 28, 2017

In Indiana, the Concord Community School have voted to hire its own full-time school resource officers by the end of the 2016 school year. In Missouri, the Union School District has teamed up with the Union Police Department and Franklin…

Safety Law News for February 16, 2017

In Minnesota, educators in the St. Cloud and Sauk Rapids-Rice school districts have put additional resources on identifying students who are disruptive by¬†creating individual¬†plans to help them and monitoring their mental health and social and emotional learning. Teachers have noticed…

Safety Law News for February 9, 2017

In Rhode Island, the House of Representatives has approved legislation on safety assessments for public school buildings. The proposed policy, HB 5016 sets firm time guidelines for school departments to complete their assessments in conjunction with local police, fire, and…

Safety Law News for February 6, 2017

In Minnesota, arresting students is a last resort in the St. Paul Public Schools. Students caught fighting or carrying small amounts of alcohol or marijuana are being sent home to their parents instead of the juvenile detention center. In Wisconsin,…