New Monthly Publication Helps Law Enforcement and School Officials Prevent School Violence

Posted on October 29, 1999

Quinlan Publishing Group has announced the launch of a new newsletter publication, School Violence Prevention Report. "The purpose of this newsletter is to help law enforcement and school officials work together to prevent violence in their schools," explains Mike Quinlan, president of Quinlan Publishing.

School Violence Prevention Report will help officials find the successful programs that are working to prevent school violence in cities and towns across the country. "Our knowledgeable team of advisors, editors, and experts work diligently to bring police and schools the latest trends and strategies in preventing school violence and saving lives," continues Quinlan. "There's a lot of information out there, but we'll tell you what's actually working."

School Violence Prevention Report offers solutions for community members to use in the fight against school violence. The Report includes step-by-step guides on how to initiate violence prevention programs and practical information to help calm fears and prepare communities, school leaders, and law enforcement before, during, and after a tragedy. A free two-month trial subscription is available by calling 1-800-229-2084.

"I think law enforcement and school officials are going to appreciate our no-nonsense focus, straightforward approach and easy-to-read format. And, if they decide to become a regular subscriber and are dissatisfied for any reason, I'll refund all of their money at anytime," promises Quinlan. "And with their trial subscription, I'll also send a free report, A Commitment to Safety: A Model Crisis Management Plan, to help officials implement their own crisis management plan."

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