A new study conducted by researchers from Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University and Seattle University has found that for students in 4th-12th grade, active assailant training provided more feelings of safety than fear, worry, or concern.
A new study analyzes the psychological impact of discussion-based active assailant response training on students. The study was conducted by researchers affiliated with Xavier University, Northern Kentucky University, and Seattle University.
A new resolution introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Colorado Congressmen Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) and Jason Crow (D-CO) designates July 20th as “National Heroes Day” to honor the sacrifices of everyday heroes.
U.S. Reps. Ed Perlmutter (CO) and Stephanie Murphy (FL) announced the approval, by the powerful House Appropriations Committee, of $1 million for independent experts to publish a study on the potential mental health effects of active shooter drills in elementary and secondary schools.
COVID-19 has created a new temporary normal of employees working from home, leaving offices mostly empty, with the exception of essential personnel. GuideWell, a health solutions company, is no different.
Active shooter technology has become a valuable tool that many security professionals are giving more consideration to, in light of the gun violence tragedies we see in our society on a regular basis. It’s important for security, facilities and IT directors to become familiar with active shooter technology to fully understand how it can be deployed, and how it benefits their company, employees and assets.
U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced that more than $83 million in Department of Justice grants is available to help communities improve school security and protect students, teachers and faculty from school violence.
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