Michigan legislature considers bills to make schools safer
Michigan lawmakers are considering legislation to strengthen school safety, including one proposal that would require all school administrators to report all threats or attempted threats to police, where they would compiled in a statewide database. Another bill focuses on forming a new school safety commission.
Recent school shootings across the country are prompting lawmakers to consider legislation to strengthen school safety here in our state.
It could cost schools that don’t meet the requirements.
One of the bills would require all school administrators to report all threats or attempted threats to police.