November 2015 News
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School threats as acts of terrorism?

In a recent news article, security expert Dick Sem equated school threats to terrorism: "If you define terrorism as trying to spread fear among as many people as possible, and so this is something that will be taken very seriously.”

With seven schools in southeastern Wisconsin experiencing threats since October, maintaining a regular school day free of interruptions and delays is  becoming increasingly difficult.
Do you agree? Do threats to schools constitute acts of terrorism?
Read more here or watch the video from WISN News Milwaukee.

 Social Media Update

Snapchat has become less private and less safe for minors.

Snapchat announced privacy policy updates two weeks ago that reinforces the notion that nothing is private on social media.  According to the Cyber Safety Cop Blog, Snapchat is not safe for minors for two important reasons:
1) Snapchat does not keep a history of messages sent or received, making a parent's ability to review what their child is sending or receiving impossible.
2) Snapchat gives children a false sense of security. They believe the images/videos they send are covert and safe from being saved and shared. This is not the case. There are many ways to exploit Snapchat and save messages. Snapchat is popularly used to send nude and inappropriate images to other teens.
Follow the blog at or read more about Snapchat’s changes here

Virginia school shooting plot stopped.
Police in Virginia were able to stop two teen boys from following through on a planned attack at their high school. A school resource officer arrested one student for making threats over the internet.  The second teen was found during the ensuing investigation.
Upcoming event on school safety:
Readiness and Emergency Management for K-12 schools
November 12, Green Bay, WI
Register here:
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