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Harrison County Educators go to School on Lessons Learned From Columbine Shooting

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  (TNS) – Gunshots pop in the background in a 911 tape of a Columbine school teacher as she ordered students to stay on the floor and under tables before two young gunmen stormed the library. A video from the read more

Different Types of Bullying in Schools

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  By Zach Winn · May 10, 2017 There are four different types of bullying that encompass the wide range of bullying behaviors seen in and around schools today. Stopbullying.gov identifies three main categories: Verbal, social and physical bullying. Other read more

Even After They’re Bought, Body Cameras Cost Taxpayers

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Daniel Salazar, The Wichita Eagle (TNS) – More and more interactions between law enforcement and the public are being filmed by body-worn cameras. But public safety agencies are realizing that transparency comes with a price tag: almost read more

A Flu Pandemic Is Coming, But When, and How Bad Will It Be?

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Margaret Steen Imagine closed schools, overwhelmed hospitals and people dying by the thousands — or even millions. That’s the nightmare scenario for a flu pandemic. But how likely is a pandemic to happen — and if it read more

Surviving a Tsunami in the United States

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Katie Pyzyk An ocean wave pulls away from the shore and then, as expected, it moves toward land again. But it keeps moving farther and farther inland. The water pushes over unsuspecting beachgoers, backyards and entire cities read more

Waffle House Index Born Out of Joplin Storm

July 10th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Koby Levin, The Joplin Globe, MO (TNS) – Waffle House has carved out its niche among Southern road-trippers and the late-night bar crowd with a promise of 24-hour constancy. Its laminated menus and round-the-clock breakfast service are read more

Another Mutual Aid Resource Planner Available for Emergency Managers

July 10th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Adam Stone The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) went live in late 2016 with its collaborative emergency planning tool MARP — the Mutual Aid Resource Planner. Less than a year into the effort, DHS reports MARP read more

5 Tips to Mitigate Campus Security Threats

July 10th, 2017 by Guest Communications

Carfentanil a New Worry for First-Responders

June 5th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Sheryl Krieg, The News-Sentinel – May 11, 2017 (TNS) – The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is reporting a new and deadly opiate mixture has crossed state lines, resulting in an overdose in central Indiana. Gray Death, read more

School Safety Fidelity

June 5th, 2017 by Guest Communications

Written by: Michael Dorn A federal civil action is not the ideal time to learn that an important aspect of your school safety program has serious flaws. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for safety incidents which result in litigation to read more


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