Editor’s note: Protective intelligence is defined as the training of people in how to spot behaviors and communications that indicate a potential target is being surveilled prior to an attack. School buses are considered “soft targets” because they are mobile, difficult to protect and highly vulnerable to a variety of attack methods.
“I love coming here. It’s like the “Shark Tank” of our industry,” attendee Heather Handschin commented during the Trade Show held on day four of last month’s national Transporting Students with Disabilities and Preschoolers Conference. Several fellow attendees entering the Trade Show with her expressed the same level of anticipation. For their part, the vendors were ready and eager to share their new offerings, flagship products or improved staples.
An eight-year-old boy in Omaha was hit when he darted back out into the street in front of the school bus he had just disembarked.
Advice and safety products are proposed to help keep students safe in the loading and unloading zones of their school buses, also known as the Danger Zone.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration declared school bus driver Jasmine Smith to be an imminent hazard to public safety due to two instances of DUI in two months.
Denver metro area parents’ lives are about to get a little easier with the launch of HopSkipDrive, Colorado’s first-ever ride service for kids. A new solution for busy Denver parents, HopSkipDrive is a safe and dependable ride service that helps parents get their kids where they need to go when they're not able to do so themselves.