2807, 2015

Soteria Group Fights School Violence At The 10th Annual National School Safety Conference July 27 – 31, 2015 The “M” Resort, Las Vegas Nevada

July 28th, 2015|School, Security, Site Safety|

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Soteria Group Fights School Violence At
The 10th Annual National School Safety Conference
July 27 – 31, 2015 The “M” Resort, Las Vegas Nevada

Albuquerque, NM, July 27, 2015— Soteria Group takes on campus violence and leads the fight for safety this week at the 10th Annual National School Safety Conference. Soteria […]

2707, 2015

How Effective is Your Emergency Response Plan: What You Don’t Know Could Be Deadly

July 27th, 2015|Design, School, Security, Site Safety|

Soteria Safety By Design is meeting with the school safety industry’s leaders at the School Safety Advocacy Council’s National School Safety Conference this week in Las Vegas.

If you do nothing else at this conference, make a beeline to booth 147 to discover just how vulnerable your school is.

At booth 147, we’re giving away to one […]

2307, 2015

VIDEO: Can Soteria Destroy New Glass That Could Increase School Safety?

July 23rd, 2015|Design, School, Site Safety, Videos|

From KOB TV:
New glass could increase school safety
Local security firm “Soteria Group: Safety by Design” says one way they’re working to keep armed intruders out of schools, churches and workplaces is by using safer building materials.Tuesday, they tried out a new kind of glass for windows and doors that’s meant to take much longer to […]

807, 2015

Your school’s sextortion problem is worse than you think.

July 8th, 2015|School|

Sexting and sextorition is school violence that usually blindsides school officials, as a recent Oregon case showed.

In Oregon, Clatskanie school officials settled a $2.5 million Title IX federal lawsuit that accused them of failing to protect several middle school girls from lurid sexual extortion and bullying by male students. The district also paid $75,000 to […]