SCI Director Dr. Erroll Southers spoke with the Washington Post about the Florida law requiring schools in the state to employ a “safe-school officer” to guard against active shooters.
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If you’re studying extremism among Somali-Americans in Minnesota, you may head straight for Cedar-Riverside—and you’d be wrong to do so. Here’s why.
Bullying rates among middle school students in Spring 2017 were 18% higher in places where voters favored Donald Trump, according to a new study in Educational Researcher.
In December 2018, the Federal Commission on School Safety released its final report, proposing best practices and policy recommendations for improving school safety.
On December 14, the Safe Communities Institute was proud to recognize graduates from its Public Safety Leadership Certificate Program.
SCI Instructor Dr. Robert Bunker spoke with the Epoch Times about the Central American migrants in Mexico who were denied entry to the United States.
The Trojan Family Magazine published an article exploring challenges in school violence prevention and efforts at USC to address the growing threats to students and teachers.
This year, the Safe Communities Institute embarked on a mission to facilitate and energize a national conversation on school safety.
On November 15, the Safe Communities Institute sponsored Understanding Bias and Hate on Campus, a training program for law enforcement professionals and others, led by the Anti-Defamation League Los Angeles.
Watch the recorded videos of the powerful panels discussing school violence prevention.