Tag: Maryland

Safety Law News for August 10, 2015

In Michigan, the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health reports that two issues have quickly climbed higher on the list of major health concerns for children: sexting and internet safety. In Maryland, officials from the State Board…

Safety Law News for June 11, 2015

In Idaho, the Garden Valley School District has purchased firearms and trained a handful of staff to use them in an emergency. The rural district is at least 45 minutes away from any aid by law enforcement. In Wyoming, the…

Safety Law News for June 11, 2015

In Idaho, the Garden Valley School District has purchased firearms and trained a handful of staff to use them in an emergency. The rural district is at least 45 minutes away from any aid by law enforcement. In Wyoming, the…

Safety Law News for February 3, 2015

In Houston, Texas, students at Jack Yates Senior High School say their campus is not safe and felt compelled to do something. So they staged a walkout to emphasize their request for two additional police officers on the campus. In…

Safety Law News for 5/27/14

The Florida Court of Appeals has upheld a jury verdict that found a school board negligent for failing to discipline a student with an extensive disciplinary history. [Duval County School Bd. v. Buchanan ex rel. Cox]  The U.S. Department of Justice…

Safety Law News for 4/7/14

Colquitt County, Georgia educators and law enforcement conduct campus sweeps for drugs several times each school year, using dogs to check out lockers and cars at the schools. Baltimore County, Maryland officials unveiled a $3.7 million in school security system,…

Safety Law News for 10/31/13

A Fountain County, Indiana man with some mental health issues leads Covington school officials to add two school resource officers. In Volusia County, Florida a high school student thanks school resource officer for stopping him from attacking an assistant principal.…

Safety Law News for 9/25/13

Indiana’s Homeland Security director wants more clarification as to who can certify the training of school resource officers.  Connecticut State Police to open satellite offices at the public schools in Harwinton and Burlington.  Montgomery County, Maryland schools appropriated $1.67 million…

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 6/10/13

The Fort Wayne, Indiana Police chief wants to expand the school resource officer program into the middle schools in response to rising gang activity in the city. The Charles County, Maryland School Crime Solvers program has been enormously successful.  Since…