Tag: North Dakota

Safety Law News for November 10, 2017

In North Dakota school resource officers from Fargo schools talk about what they see happening at school and what they do about it. In Michigan, the Senate approved legislation that will allow people with additional training to carry concealed weapons…

Safety Law News for March 30, 2017

In North Dakota, the Senate rejected a proposal that would allow trained staff members to carry concealed firearms in schools. In Missouri, educators and police are discussing a more proactive approach to combat the escalating number of threats against campuses…

Safety Law News for September 15, 2015

In Texas, students and faculty throughout Lake Dallas ISD held a celebration called “SRO Day” where they honored their school resource officers on their campuses. In North Dakota, the Bismarck City Commissioners approved a budget that includes five M-4 assault…

Safety Law News for 12/2/13

Even though a sought-after federal grant fell through, the City of Minot, North Dakota and Minot Public Schools will form a partnership to provide resource officers in the schools.  Minot is the only major North Dakota that does not have…

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 6/24/13

A smartphone app for sending photos that disappear within seconds is causing concern for educators and school resource officers who work in schools. Butler County, Ohio Sheriff declares that he “won’t support a school levy again that doesn’t address school…

Safety Law News for 9/26/12

A federal judge in Minneapolis has refused to dismiss a lawsuit against educators who read through a student’s Facebook and email accounts. A school shooting in Missouri was averted, perhaps minutes before it would have begun, when a student shared…

School Safety Law News for 4/30/12

 A Texas student was arrested after rumors spread that he had a gun in his waistband, even though police found no weapon on him. The student refused to cooperate when questioned, and now faces a misdemeanor charge and a third…