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Court TV discussion about the Columbia Protocol

In an interview with Court TV, Tony Montalto, President, discusses the Columbia Protocol, a valuable tool to increase your awareness of suicide risk and how you can help prevent it.

Court TV discussion about the "5 Questions" every family should ask

In an interview with Court TV, Tony Montalto, President, discusses Stand With Parkland's "5 Questions" that every family should ask their schools.

What Parents Should Know About Firearm Suicide

September is back-to-school season. Normally that means a return to classrooms and extracurricular activities and routines. For many of our students, it also means the threat of school shootings.

Parkland Shooting: Two Years On and Much More to Do

Two years after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland has become a national metaphor for school shootings and senseless gun violence.

Parkland dad: The call for officers to be removed from schools is a mistake

Editor's Note: Ryan Petty is a board member of Stand with Parkland, a national organization committed to advocating for practical public safety reforms focused on the safety of children and staff at school, improved mental health support and responsible firearms ownership.

Statement Concerning the Florida Legislature's Failure to Pass HB 7065

Stand with Parkland – The National Association of Families for Safe Schools released the following statement concerning the Florida Legislature's failure to pass the next bill in a series of common-sense school safety laws, HB 7065, to enhance the process started by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas P

Two years after Parkland, Trump administration unveils school safety resources

Max Schachter didn't set out to become a political activist, but this week, he found himself on Capitol Hill and in the Oval Office, where he joined the administration in discussing new steps toward making US schools safer.

We Lost Family at Parkland. You Should Learn From Our Personal Tragedy

Valentine's Day is a tough day for us.

Stand with Parkland Commends New School Safety Clearinghouse

PARKLAND, Fla — Stand with Parkland - The National Association of Families for Safe Schools today hailed to the unveiling of a new school initiative to help deter violence on our nation’s school campuses.

What do school shootings have in common? They could have been prevented, victims' parents say in Rosemont

Days after his 14-year-old daughter Alaina was murdered in her English class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, last year, Ryan Petty did what a lot of us do when we're searching for answers.

He asked Google.

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