NorCal Company Launches Safety App For Emergencies, ShootingsAn app intended to improve communication between teachers and first responders during emergencies, such as an active shooter situation, launched Monday.
Being 'Proactive,' Using Tech May Be New Ways To Approach Active Shooters On School Campuses"We don't want you to be passive. We want you to do something," said Newport Police Officer Gary Clemente in the wake of the school shooting in Florida.
25 Years After Deadly LA School Shooting, Experts Again Asking How To Keep Students SafeFifteen-year-old Demetrius Rice died when a gun accidentally went off at Fairfax High School in 1993.
Children's Hospital LA Shares Check List For Kids' Safe Return To SchoolThe time for students to return to classes has arrived, and Children's Hospital Los Angeles has come up with a checklist on how they can do so safely.
Upland School Officials Discuss How To Reinstate Crossing Guards Where Boy, 11, Was Fatally StruckUpland Unified School District officials Wednesday authorized formal discussions with the city about reinstating crossing guards near school campuses after an 11-year-old boy was killed in a hit-and-run.
Police Agencies, School Administrators Meet On Making Campuses SaferSince the massacre at Sandy Hook, there have been 72 incidents on school campuses including shootings or reports of someone being armed.
School Safety Tips For Younger KidsSchool is back in session, so take some time to go over these important safety tips with your children. This is just the beginning of the conversation, but it's a great place to get started.
High School Volunteer Arrested On Child Porn ChargesOfficials say the suspect took explicit pictures of one of the students in the school.
Mental Health Counselors, Police Added To School Safety PlansGov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation asking schools to include mental health counselors and school police officers in their school safety plans.
San Dimas Company Says They Can Protect Children Without Impeding EducationSchool shootings, like the tragedy at Sandy Hook, have had parents and students on edge.
LAUSD Students Face Tougher Academics In 2013-2014 School YearAn estimated 600,000 Los Angeles Unified School District students are kicking off the 2013-2014 school year Tuesday with some major changes!