Learning to recognize escalating behaviors and practicing de-escalation skills are essential to addressing the rise in hospital violence.
Parents arrived at the school during the lockdown and confronted officers when they weren’t allowed to get their children.
Staff and clinicians at Boston Children’s say the harassment includes aggressive calls, emails, and death threats.
Some new topics covered in this year’s survey include security site assessments, classroom door locks, and active assailants.
The requirement comes after Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a bill preventing transgender athletes from competing on sports teams that match their gender identity.
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