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Kentucky Center for School Safety

Kentucky Schools focus on providing a warm culture and climate for both students and staff conductive to high levels of productivity and outstanding academic performance.

In today's society, school safety is a daily issue that ranges from classroom management to school incident command for crisis situations. The Kentucky Center for School Safety staff is committed to providing training, resources, information and research.

This website is available for planning, training or emergency assistance.

Let us assist, as your schools plan and practice and prepare for the safest schools possible.   Toll Free  877-805-4277,

2015 KY Center for School Safety Annual Report


2015 KCSS Annual ReportUpon creating KCSS in 1998 as a component of House Bill 330, the
Kentucky General Assembly stipulated in the legislation that the Center was “to be located at a public university.” In accordance with the stipulation, KCSS is located on the beautiful campus of Eastern Kentucky University Stratton Building (Room 111) in Richmond, Kentucky.

Click here to download the 2015 KY Center for School Safety Annual Report

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Bullying Definition SB228

Bullying Definition SB228Check out our updated bullying prevention web page!

Included as featured highlights are: Administrator Resources, Teacher Resources, Handouts, and PowerPoints and Videos

Kentucky Center for School Safety Fall semester regional trainings

Kentucky Center for School Safety Fall semester regional trainingsKentucky Center for School Safety Fall semester regional trainings:

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What You Can Do to Help End Bullying... National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

While bullying doesn’t cause suicide, a stressful environment and persistent, emotional victimization can increase a person’s risk of suicide. Together, we can create awareness about the dangers of bullying and give emotional support to those who may be contemplating suicide. If you or someone you know is in an emotional distress or suicidal crisis, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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