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Safety News

  • School bus safety on JBLE

    Drivers on JBLE must adhere to Virginia school bus safety laws to in order to protect the children of the community.

  • School season returns to JBER

    As the weather cools off and summer begins to wind down, back to school season enters full swing on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, bringing with it a host of important safety updates across the installation.

  • Prepare to have a safe school year

    Just like many of you, I have school age children at the beginning of this school year, and I want to make sure they have an enjoyable experience and stay safe. The National Safety Council has some tips on how to keep kids safe when returning to school. They break it down into three sections:

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