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ACSS Offers Training in SITE ASSESS
A Mobile App Designed to Support Your Site Assessment Efforts School facilities should be evaluated...(more)


Are You an SRO with a "Cool Car?"
The Arkansas Safe Schools Association will be sponsoring a car contest again this year to take place during the...(more)


Send Us Your Nominations for the Arkansas Safe Schools Awards
Does the School Resource Officer (SRO) on your campus go above and beyond to promote a safe and positive learning environment? Does your school administrator show commitment to enhancing campus safety? If you're...(more)


SRO SPOTLIGHT: Russ Manning
Law Enforcement Agency:   Jonesboro Police Department How long have...(more)


SAVE THE DATE: 15th Annual Arkansas Safe Schools Conference
It's that time"¦.time to start planning for the 15th Annual Arkansas Safe Schools Conference! The Criminal Justice Institute's Arkansas Center for School Safety, in conjunction with the...(more)


Preparing for Opioid-Related Emergencies for K-12 Schools
In October 2017, the President and acting U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary determined that a...(more)


Arkansas School Safety Commission: Final Report
The Arkansas School Safety Commission submitted their final report to Governor Asa Hutchinson at a press conference held...(more)


NEW! School Resource Officer (SRO) Certificate Program
The Criminal Justice Institute's Arkansas Center for School Safety (ACSS), in partnership with the Arkansas Department of Education, is pleased to announce a new initiative that will allow school resource officers...(more)


Resources for Talking with Students about School Safety
The following are helpful resources compiled by the Illinois Fusion Center to assist parents and educators talk with kids about school safety and threats in our schools: Training Students to Report Threats(more)


CRASE Training Available for Arkansas Schools
Law enforcement officers and agencies are frequently being asked by schools for direction and presentations on what they should do if confronted with an active shooter event. The  Civilian Response to Active Shooter...(more)