Volume 2, Number 3
March 31, 2014
The NCSC’s Court Consulting Services Division publishes this monthly Briefing Report highlighting information on courthouse security that has been posted online over the past thirty days.
Security publications now available on the NCSC website include:
Services available from NCSC’s security team include:
Please feel free to contact Timm Fautsko (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kent Kelly (email@example.com) for details.
Security News Update: At the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) mid-year meeting in January 2014 Resolution 6 was passed to support the American Bar Associations Resolution 106 that is in support of state and local court security. For your review, CCJ's supporting Resolution 6 has been attached as a .pdf to this Briefing Report e-mail.
Online publications during the month of March 2014:
AL: Courthouse Security Still a Concern in Walker County
IA: Courthouse Security in Clinton County
IA: Gun Incident in Courtroom Prompts Consideration of Firearms Ban
IA: Iowa Bar Association Urges Tighter Courthouse Security
NC: Ban on Personal Electronic Devices Turning Courthouse Visitors Away
NC: Gun Found at Courthouse
NE: Supervisors Look at Expanding Courthouse Security
OH: Courthouse Security Nabs Weaponry
OK: Security Upgrades to Bryan County Courthouse
OK: Sheriff, Commissioners Tangle Over Courthouse Security
OR: Courthouse Security System Completed
PA: Increased Security Incidents Reported in 2013 Due to Improved Electronic Reporting System
WV: Commission Hears Concerns with Courthouse Security
NCSC: List of State Statutes Relating to Firearms in Courthouses
This report is e-mailed to you around the end of each month. If you have received this report from someone other than Kent Kelly at the NCSC and wish to be added to the distribution list, please contact Kent at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have received this report directly from Kent, you are already on the list and will automatically continue to receive this report each month. Finally, if you are aware of online articles that you would like to see included in the next report, please provide that information to Kent.