Tag: New Hampshire

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 South Carolina, Charleston County School…

Safety Law News for August 4, 2016

In New Hampshire, a new drug prevention curriculum is coming to Rochester schools in an effort to teach kids at a younger age. The LEAD program (Law Enforcement Against Drugs) will replace the DARE program. In Virginia, the Attorney General…

Safety Law News for September 22, 2015

In California, the Court of Appeal ruled that school officials have the authority to ask a school resource officer to search a student based upon reasonable suspicion. In the case a combination of facts created reasonable suspicion, including the student…

Safety Law News for 3/22/13

• The Phoenix, Arizona mayor introduces a school safety program that would add additional SROs at a cost of less than 50 percent of the traditional school resource officer, and would maintain the same duties. • The Snohomish County, Washington…

Safety Law News for 2/11/13

Epping, New Hampshire voters overrule local leaders and vote to reinstate the school resource officer. Its three schools have been without a resource officer for about 10 years.  The Delores County Colorado school board voted to have its high school…

Safety Law News for 1/16/13

• The Lafayette, Louisiana school system and Police Department have made adjustments to the use of school resource officers following the rape of a student on campus. • Local New Hampshire citizens prepare to vote to bring back school resource…

Safety Law News for 11/12/12

Relationships with students are the priority: an open letter from the superintendent of Stillwater Public Schools in Oklahoma, where an eighth grade student died from a self-inflicted gun wound at school on September 26. Many Texas teachers are cutting back…