NAPT, TSA School Bus Security Event Plans for Unthinkable

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — No longer can student transporters say, “That would or could never happen to me.” This is undoubtedly what is on the minds of some NAPT members as they head out Saturday morning to attend a special security exercise with the Transportation Security Administration.

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STN EXPO: Terrorism and the Crisis of the Modern World

RENO, Nev. — The one message Bret E. Brooks wanted attendees of his seminar that examined global terrorism to understand is that it wasn’t a matter of if a terror attack would strike a school, it was a matter of when, and the possibility was closer than ever.

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Chowchilla Kidnappers on Life After Prison

Friday marked the 40th anniversary of the Chowchilla school bus kidnapping. While two of the three perpetrators, brothers Richard and James Schoenfeld, have been released on parole and have not granted media interviews, they spoke to a friend and agreed to have their limited comments published by the Fresno Bee.

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STN Webinar Discusses Terrorism, Schools and Buses

The use of a violence and intimidation to instill fear is firmly established within society. Terrorism is such an aspect of the modern world that while the death and mayhem associated with the act may ebb and flow from year to year, the violence is unlikely to ever diminish. 

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