Tag: Kentucky

Safety Law News for June 2, 2016

In Maryland, Prince George County School Superintendent has promised to begin publicly reporting statistics and summaries on school safety for every campus. In Georgia, according to new state statistics nearly 4 out of 10 Atlanta schools are at unsatisfactory levels…

Safety Law News for May 27, 2016

In New York, data provided by the NYPD data contradict Mayor de Blasio’s repeated assertions that city schools are safe. Over 1,750 weapons have been recovered in the past 10 months — up 26 percent over last year. In Kentucky,…

Safety Law News for December 2, 2015

In Tennessee, the Winchester School Board has approved a computer-based system that will scan IDs to ensure student safety, but how necessary the move is has now come into question. In Illinois, school officials in Edwardsville have created a Crime…

Safety Law News for October 23, 2015

In Minnesota, teachers from the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan School District are taking part in a four-week Teachers Academy with local law enforcement authorities. The program is meant to give educators preparedness for school violence. The sessions cover topics from the use…

Safety Law News for June 22, 2015

A new study from the University of California concludes that increased school safety and school connectedness are linked to greater achievement in school and lower rates of truancy, particularly in high-poverty schools. In Mississippi, the Tupelo School District’s 18 school…

Safety Law News for June 22, 2015

A new study from the University of California concludes that increased school safety and school connectedness are linked to greater achievement in school and lower rates of truancy, particularly in high-poverty schools. In Mississippi, the Tupelo School District’s 18 school…

Safety Law News for February 17, 2015

Five of Idaho’s universities and community colleges have spent more than $1.5 million to beef up security after the law allowing concealed weapons on campuses was approved, and the schools expect total costs to top $3.7 million for the year.…

Safety Law News for 7/18/14

Champaign, Illinois announces its “proven track record” of keeping schools safe — with the statistics to prove it.  The school superintendent is convinced and therefore, will recommend that the school board renew the SRO program.  In Marshfield, Massachusetts, a citizens…

Safety Law News for 6/19/13

• Kearney, Kentucky Public Schools profile the success of the triad approach in the performance of a local school resource officer. •  Two school districts in the State of Iowa – the Bondurant-Farrar School District and the Clinton School District…

Safety Law News for 6/14/13

Indiana Governor Pence signed into law Senate Bill 1 that provides $20 million to schools that want to hire school resource officers. The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that students must be given Miranda warnings when being interviewed by any administrator…