Wisconsin's attorney general says privacy laws need to be changed, so police and schools can share more information in the name of public safety.

J.B. Van Hollen announced a series of proposals today (Wednesday) to a panel made up of state lawmakers and others concerned about school safety.

He says the law should be clarified to let schools share information with police and others about students who might be physical risks.

Van Hollen also says schools should be forced to call police when criminal activities take place on their grounds.