Technology Resource for Security Police & Administrators
April 2013 Issue
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Here’s how a hospital in Joplin, Mo., is recovering from the massive tornado that struck two years ago.
The primary objective of this exercise was to provide a general test of the Campus Emergency Response Operations Plan and to assess the Emergency Management Team’s ability to implement that plan.
If you say a taboo word, own up to it, but also explain the emotional situation that caused you to use it.
Access control, metal detection and limiting the size of packages allowed into your event will help boost security.
Explosives detection dogs are portable and cost effective ways campuses can protect their public events, such as graduations, sporting events and concerts. All photos courtest AceK9.com. For more information on preventing bombings at graduations, sporting events, concerts and graduations, read How to Prevent Bombings at Campus Events.
The converted school bus is equipped with a 32-inch flat screen TV, two-way radios, laptops and more.
April 26, 2013
Managing the Loss of Skilled Employees
April 23, 2013
How the Campus SaVE Act Will Affect Clery Compliance
April 21, 2013
Selecting the Right Police Vehicle
May 20, 2013
U. of Tenn., Chattanooga's Emergency Response Exercise
May 15, 2013
Explosives Detection K9s in Action
May 14, 2013
Minneapolis Public Schools’ Mobile Command Center