The Alabama Senate approved a bill Thursday by Sen. Tim Melson, R-Florence, that would allow local school boards of education to hire retired law enforcement officers to serve as armed school security staff, provided they possess 25 years of experience.
More than 300 agencies are now participating in the Ohio Law Enforcement Body Armor Program, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced Tuesday.
Auburn police arrested a 14-year-old student Monday for criminal threats after seeing text messages threatening a school shooting at Placer High School, officials said.
Imbler teachers have a new security tool that enables them to send a detailed message about an on-campus emergency to fellow school district educators faster than one can say 9-1-1.
The talks were scheduled to start this Friday in Qatar, where the Taliban maintain an office, but were scuttled after a falling-out between the two sides over who should attend.
More than 23 million people were breached after using the password 123456, according to the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre.
Two folks in Wisconsin have pleaded responsible to crimes associated to offering assist for the Islamic State, together with a lady who used hacked Fb accounts to share directions for constructing explosives and mixing poison, the authorities stated Monday.
Speaking in the wake of the Easter Sunday massacre in Sri Lanka, a counterterrorism expert told Fox News radical Islamic terrorism is spreading beyond the Middle East and is “happening more and more.”
A local Muslim group in Sri Lanka has been linked to the string of bombings that killed nearly 300 people and wounded 500 others in coordinated attacks on Easter Sunday that have shocked the country.
Educators, police have refined responses to alarming behavior, to distinguish between serious threats and mouthing off, and avoid needless mass panic