The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is developing a new standard for preparedness and response to active shooter and hostile events.
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The USC National Safe Schools Digital Summit will help forge new ideas and conversations that advance school safety.
At a recent SCI event, the Anti-Defamation League presented tools and strategies for addressing hate crimes.
Without reliable data and a holistic, coordinated effort, we will continue to see regular violence at our nation’s schools.
SCI Instructor Robert Bunker offers a clearer understanding of extremist literature and how to address it.
Some conflicts linger for so long, we feel compelled to coat them with a positive perspective, birthing the concept of “comfortable conflict.”
The U.S. Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is offering $25 million in grants for two-year projects on school safety.
The USC Price School of Public Policy has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas to engage in joint research and student exchanges around extremism studies.
SCI Director Dr. Southers explained homegrown violent extremism at a conference offered by the Global Counterterrorism Forum.
SCI Instructor Opal Singleton spoke with California law enforcement about human trafficking, gangs, and ways to help communities and young people.