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Do You Know What a “Juggalo” Is?

She Said, They Said: Ms. Tequila Vs. Juggalo

AMHERST, NY ( WKBW ) They call themselves, “Juggalos”, followers of the music band “The Insane Clown Posse.” While not all are bad, experts say some are downright dangerous.

Juggalos are considered gangs in many states and communities and Police Agencies say members have committed several crimes, “they (Juggalos) have been responsible for a tremendous amount of violence especially against police officers”, says Criminal Analyst Dale Yeager.

Yeager was the keynote speaker at the University at Buffalo’s North Campus Thursday for the 7th annual Safe Schools seminar. He was educating, educators from Local School Districts and members of local Law Enforcement, about the gang and how to prevent them from spreading. It’s a message some say all educators and parents should hear.

5 Legal Liability Issues for Schools

Resources for Attorneys

The TASA Group Presents:

School Safety: Five High Liability Issues for Public Schools

On November 18, 2009, The TASA Group, Inc., in conjunction with school security experts Dale Yeager and Andy Demidont, presented a one-house, interactive webinar for attorneys involved with public schools. The webinar will cover five key issues related to safety and security problems in elementary, middle and high schools:

  • Lack of Accurate Understanding of Safety Issues: Planning Without Assessment, Guessing Is Not Planning.
  • Reaction and Prediction
  • Poor Management of Schools: The Real Issue in School Safety.

Security Management Business Shield program

7 Ways Security Management Can Put Money Into Your Bottom Line

In the operation of any business, management decisions have a direct affect on profitability. In 1996, the SERAPH executive team decided to design a new approach to security management. Using the organizational concepts of Peter Drucker and the human behavior models of forensic psychology, we designed a new form of security management.

Legendary management sage Peter Drucker once said, “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things”.