Safety Law News for October 4, 2017

  • In Florida, local educators and Apopka Police Department are presenting a new elementary school program to help students make positive decisions. It’s called MAGIC – an acronym for Mentoring, Advising, Guiding and Instructing Children.
  • In Washington State, school resource officers have asked Spokane Public Schools to train and arm them with guns.  The officers are school employees and are considered limited-commission officers who can arrest and investigate crimes both on and off school property.
  • In New Hampshire, officials in Manchester are battling the opioid crisis, and school resource officers are on the front lines, helping students deal with the challenges they face every day.