The National Association of School Resource Officers told the U.S. Department of Justice that more federal money is needed to carefully select and properly train law enforcement experts for every school in the nation.
Amid all the talk of school violence in the news, it is not if but when a student will ask, "Am I safe on this school bus?" You may only have a second or two to answer. What are you going to say and how do you say it?
NEW YORK -- The New York School Bus Contractors Association is renewing its call for budget initiatives that will help taxpayers and school districts save millions of dollars each year, along with the passage of school bus safety legislation that will make the ride safer for children who ride a yellow school bus to school and back each day.
State Sen. Tony Mendoza introduced a new bill that would grant school districts another year to implement electronic child reminder alarms in all of the state's approximately 30,000 school buses.
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- DATTCO, Inc., one of Connecticut’s largest passenger transportation companies, located in New Britain, CT, is pleased to announce it has received the prestigious International Motorcoach Group’s (IMG) Safety Award. The annual IMG Safety Award is presented to the company who has demonstrated the highest level of safety throughout their organization.
A number of gun-related incidents on or around school buses prompted a question to one of the nation's pre-imminent school security experts: What can and should school bus drivers do to deter such cases?