TULSA - Dozens of Tulsa school bus drivers prepared to hit the road Thursday for the first day of school.
Officials warn drivers to remember to stop for school buses and follow the 25-mph school speed zones.
Tulsa police and TPS campus police will be out enforcing those speed limits but campus police will also be checking up on staff and students on school grounds.
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This year they have a new tool to help keep students safe. The Threat Assessment Group was set up to follow tips on risks to students.
They want teachers, parents and students to report any suspicious activity they see, hear or read.
"Last year we got reports from Facebook students talking about hurting themselves, anything from school violence, depression. Anything that's a risk to students we're going to assess it," said Tulsa Public Schools Campus Police Chief Gary Rudick.
TPS has roughly 25 officers on duty at all times.
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