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  • The Dangers Of Public Safety For School Children

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    technological advances of modern society, we now have more opportunities than ever to promote safety. The i>Click to Safety device was inspired by the growing concern of public safety for school children. The FBI has confirmed a sharp rise in mass shootings since 2000, leaving parents and school faculty desperate for solutions. Law enforcement is often required to stop mass shootings, especially in places such as schools where individuals have no tools of self-defense at their disposal. A quick response is

  • Safety And School Meetings Of The Stratford School District

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    The Stratford school district requires that all schools have safety and climate committee meetings held regularly.  The purpose of this committee is to ensure that the buildings are safe, welcoming to all stakeholders, promote learning, and have strong sense of community.   The members of our first meeting included a parent representative with experience in security, the fire chief, a police officer, the nurse, both administrators, and myself.  During our first meeting, we discussed the parent drop-off

  • Student Safety And Safety For Students Safety In Schools

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    Are you really safe in school if there isn’t any cameras in the classrooms or the whole campus? Schools should be safe and should be monitored at all times to make sure all students are fine and so teachers can be monitored to see if there actually teaching not just sitting there and giving page numbers. So believe me when I say that cameras are a necessity in classrooms and the whole campus for students safety and their academic. School should be a safe place for all the kids and having cameras

  • School Safety

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    Everyday students are leaving school and getting hurt, outsiders are coming into schools and hurting students, insiders such as students and staff have also been known to hurt our school-age children and there is nothing being done about it. School is not optional; it is required by law for every child to go to school, so school should not be feared by the students it should be a safe learning environment. "More U.S. high school students are skipping class because they feel unsafe even though the

  • School Safety And Student Safety

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    During the past decade, school safety has been at the forefront of many school districts safety polices and plans. With recent high profile school shootings, the question school districts continue to ask is how do we keep our schools safe? Administrators face heavy scrutiny when weighing approaches to school safety and student discipline. Likewise, school employees have the right to work in safe environments devoid of life-threatening behaviors (Fenning and Bohanon, 2006; Skiba and Rausch, 2006)

  • School Safety

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    School Safety The issue of school safety has become a controversial topic in the United States, due to tragic acts of violence occurring on a daily basis. American citizens should never have to cope with the negative impact of school violence, no matter how often they hear about the tragedies (Jones, "Parents" 1). In the past, schools were viewed as a safe place for children to get an education. Recently, the concern over violence in schools has taken a toll on many parents, school administrators

  • Project Citizen Brings Safety to Schools

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    Thousands of people are affected by the lack of school safety in schools across the nation. Students everywhere are attending schools that are more dangerous than expected. This is a growing concern everywhere, and schools need to improve, or else they are prone to being unsafe. Whether it is building, drill, concussion, social, or technology safety, schools need to improve to lower the risk of an incident. Project Citizen is an effort to improve our community one step at a time. Project Citizen

  • Importance Of School Safety In School

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    at the point of arrival until confirming the presence of his guardian or his representative to receive him and inform the school in the absence of his presence in order to pave the way for returning him to school after handing over the rest of the students to their destinations. 5. Control any misconduct from students, ensure their safety during the journey and inform the School Transportation Coordinator of any incident. 6. Ensure that the entrances, exits and passages of the bus, including the

  • Public Schools And School Safety

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    School Safety Bronze R. Green Faulkner State Community College Authors Note Bronze R. Green, Department of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College. Bronze R. Green remains at Department of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Bronze R. Green, Department of Criminal Justice, Faulkner State Community College, Bay Minette, AL 36057. Contact:   Abstract This paper explores published articles

  • Implementing Gun Safety On School Classrooms

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    Samantha Russo Professor Sandoz Research Methods-Block 3 29 September 2014 Implementing Gun Safety in School Classrooms Nine year old Aaron Schmitt had been rummaging around in his dad’s closet and found a shiny new toy. He was enthralled with his find. As he felt the cold metal in his hand, he thought of the fun he could have playing a game of cops and robbers. Aaron spun the gun around in his hand wanting to show it to his friends. He knew he should ask for permission from his parents to take