Gov. Eric Holcomb wants lawmakers to deliver $5 million more this year for schools to spend on safety. Lawmakers say they're prepared to deliver that money.
Indiana’s Homeland Security director wants more clarification as to who can certify the training of school resource officers.
Indiana's attorney general and a group of bi-partisan lawmakers say new legislation will improve life for Hoosiers.
The bill creates a state grant fund that schools can use to boost security and hire school resource officers.
The bill creates a committee that will study and recommend whether the state should mandate armed personnel in schools.
The measure would provide at least $10 million in matching grant money for Indiana schools to hire more school resource officers.
The bill provides up to $50,000 to each school district for additional school resource officers.