Kansas security panel to review school safety
Published on -11/7/2013, 7:12 AM
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Legislators will get a briefing from a member of the Kansas adjutant general's staff about school safety and security.
The update will be provided Thursday afternoon from Bob Hull, director of the Kansas Center for Safe and Prepared Schools. His office works with school districts to improve student and staff safety through a variety of programs, including the construction of safe rooms to protect against storm damage.
Members of the Joint Committee on Kansas Security will also hear updates on security at the state Capitol complex and a report on an audit of residential care for military veterans at state facilities.