MILFORD, OH — Milford School District recently implemented the Raptor System at all nine schools. Click here to view WCPO’s coverage of Raptor, including an interview with Milford High School Principal Josh Kauffman.
This article originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times and was written by Bryce Alderton. To view the original article, click here. Beginning in late April, visitors to any of Laguna Beach’s four public schools will need to provide identification to be checked against a nationwide sex offender database as the Laguna Beach Unified School
This article originally appeared on WJHL.com and was written by Curtis McCloud. To view the original article, click here. CARTER COUNTY, TN (WJHL) – In an attempt to make schools safer in Carter County, administrators are using new technology to check visitors against the national sex offender registry. The system used by Carter County schools
This article originally appeared in The Saratoga Sun and was written by FW Broschart. To view the original article, click here. School district implements Raptor visitor management system, requires state IDs Visitors to public schools in the Valley will be required to show a legal ID to enter schools starting Feb. 13, as the Carbon
This article originally appeared on KCWY NBC 13 and was written by Landon Harrar. To view the original article, click here. All Riverton schools have a new way to keep students safer with the Raptor Security System. Everybody is trying to get into a District 25 schools must have a valid ID scanned. Superintendent at
This article originally appeared on WDIO.com and was written by Taylor Holt. Hermantown, MN – Hermantown Elementary School Principal, Deb Reynolds says safety is a top priority at their school of more than 700 students. “Our doors are locked throughout the day. The only entrance is through the front door,” said Reynolds. Now, a new