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Morning Security Brief: Teachers Seek Firearms Training, Los Alamos Replacing Chinese Computer Parts, One Goh Unfit for Trial

- More than 600 teachers applied for a firearms training course. Los Alamos Nuclear Laboratory in New Mexico is replacing Chinese-made components in its computer system over security fears. Oikos University shooter One Goh is diagnosed with schizophrenia. And more.

Morning Security Brief: Newspaper Hires Armed Guards, Schools Increase Security, Active-Shooter Video Training, and More

- The paper that published gun-owner information has hired armed security officers. Schools are increasing police presence. Alabama has released an active-shooter incident training video. A hacked server at Penn State may have given up personal information on former students.

The Evolution of School Security

- To ignore past history will only encourage school administrators to repeat the same mistakes all over again.

The Evolution of School Security

- To ignore past history will only encourage school administrators to repeat the same mistakes all over again. ONLINE EXCLUSIVE

FULL VIDEO: NRA Calls for Armed Guards in Schools

- National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre blamed video games and the media for the nation's violence and called for schools to revamp their security programs by adding armed guards.

Case Study

- The Clear Creek Independent School District installed a remote monitoring system to ensure fire safety at its 49 sites, which are spread over 103 miles.

Case Study

- The Clear Creek Independent School District installed a remote monitoring system to ensure fire safety at its 49 sites, which are spread over 103 miles.

Black Swans and the Challenge of Mitigating the Unknown

- School shootings are uncommon and unpredictable. As such, they might be classified as “Black Swans”, events which are random yet produce extreme impacts. It is perhaps more productive to focus on what is known about such attacks and direct mitigation measures accordingly.

Black Swans and the Challenge of Mitigating the Unknown

- School shootings are uncommon and unpredictable. As such, they might be classified as “Black Swans”, events which are random yet produce extreme impacts. It is perhaps more productive to focus on what is known about such attacks and direct mitigation measures accordingly. ONLINE EXCLUSIVE

Morning Security Brief: Newtown Funerals Begin, Afghanistan Kidnappings, and More

- Six adults and 20 children were killed in Friday’s shooting at Sandy Hook elementary school. The first two funerals are scheduled for this morning as schools around the country reassess their security plans.

Auburn Hires Private Security to Make Sure Football Team Keeps Curfew

- Auburn University’s football program has hired private security to keep players from breaking curfew, but the school is reluctant to disclose details of the unique contract.

University of Michigan Combines Safety Offices after Child Porn Incident Highlights Lack of Communication

- The University of Michigan is creating a new campus safety division after an incident where child porn was discovered in the university’s hospital, but not reported for months.

Most U.S. Schools Missing Adequate Pandemic Response Plans

- Researchers surprised at the lack of pandemic preparedness by education institutions after completion of a study assessing disaster preparedness in U.S. schools.
 




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