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  • State, local efforts combine to prevent school violence

    State, local efforts combine to prevent school violence
    As local school districts and public-safety officials move onward with initiatives to prevent violence from reaching classrooms, state lawmakers have announced plans to work with mental health professionals to help children with mental illness in the hopes of preventing school shootings.
  • Illinois lawmakers form school shootings task force

    A task force of Illinois lawmakers looking at ways to prevent school shootings by helping mentally ill children before they lash out violently met for the first time Monday. During a meeting in which educators, police, mental health professionals and...

    Coe professor recalls Canada murder plot suspect as talented yet disturbing writer

    Coe professor recalls Canada murder plot suspect as talented yet disturbing writer
    A Coe College professor describes a Geneva woman accused of plotting a mass murder as a talented writer whose work sometimes contained disturbing themes. "She knew how to put together a sentence and she had a command of detail," Charles Aukema, an...

    Lawyer wants teen's school stabbing case out of adult court

    Lawyer wants teen's school stabbing case out of adult court
    GREENSBURG — A 17-year-old boy charged in a stabbing rampage at his high school is responding well to mental health treatment and remains hopeful his criminal charges will be moved to juvenile court, his attorney said Friday. Patrick Thomassey...

    Security training an ongoing process in Norridge, Harwood Heights

    Preparing for the ever-changing threats to safety is an ongoing process for those charged with keeping the peace. For Norridge and Harwood Heights police officers, that means continuously training for a variety of scenarios. "Training has been on-...