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Under a new Florida law, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, it is now a second-degree felony to post shooting or terrorism threats on social media platforms – even if the threat is posted as a joke. Violators could face a sentence of up to 15 years in prison.
“We are all school safety.” This is something I’ve said quite a bit in my first month as Chief of Police for the School District Police Department, and it’s something that I truly believe. We all play a role in the safety and security of our students and our schools. Safety has always been a priority for everyone at the School District of Palm Beach County. We take very seriously the responsibility that rests with us when our students – your children – are in our schools. But for parents, what happens on campus should be only part of the conversation when it comes to school safety.
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), chairman of the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet, will convene a hearing titled “There’s an App for That: Trends in Mobile Technologies,” at 2:30 p.m. on May 15, 2018.
The Palm Beach County School District and the Sheriff’s Office are releasing a new app called Palm Beach County StudentProtect, which will provide powerful two-way communication between students and law enforcement to allow the instant reporting of threats and suspicious activity.
Law enforcement and school officials have introduced a new app they hope will improve safety at schools.
The new, Official Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office app uses ConnectProtect technology to provide two-way communications between the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and the people of Palm Beach County.
It’s a popular saying with an important message: “See something, say something.” Now when you see something suspicious, you can say something to law enforcement through the free Newport News Sheriff’s Office’s app, released on June 5.
Law Enforcement and Local Officials from throughout Hampton Roads, Virginia, announced on Monday their acquisition of a variety of Shield Group technologies including: ShieldConnect, ConnectProtect, CommunityConnect and StudentProtect.
HAMPTON, Va. – The City of Hampton, the Hampton Police Division, Newport News Sheriff’s Office, York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office and Hampton University held a joint conference Monday morning at Hampton University.
A handful of Peninsula-area agencies launched new smart phone apps Monday to help solve crimes and connect residents with city services. The City of Hampton, City of Hampton Police Department, Newport News Sheriff’s Office, York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office and Hampton University announced the new ConnectProtect apps at a news conference at Hampton University on Monday.
There’s an app for that! Sheriff Morgan launched our new app. Use this tool to connect with us to report non-emergency crime concerns, find our events & more.
HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) — Law enforcement agencies across the Peninsula announced a new initiative to fight crime Monday. Hampton, Newport News, York County and Hampton University are teaming up to make the streets safer with new crime-fighting and communication technology, known as the Connect Protect app.