School safety and security incidents don’t just happen when class is in session. Will your coaches, sponsors and directors know how to respond?
These useful tips will help you adopt better cybersecurity policies and practices.
Five years ago, LBPD Deputy Chief Michael Beckman’s son took his own life. Here are some of the lessons he learned from that tragedy.
The decision to place Colgate’s campus safety director on leave seems rash.
New code language has been developed to address barricade device code compliance issues.
Severe weather safety can be achieved by leveraging the detection and alert technologies available today.
Keeping an open mind will improve campus security because we will be less inclinded to ignore or explain away critical threats and evidence.
Although Lisa Hamp wasn’t shot during the 2007 Virginia Tech active shooter attack, she was still traumatized. Recovery is both physical and mental.
The key to addressing this contentious issue is delivering proactive and positive outreach to all students, faculty, staff and administration, irrespective of their national origin or political orientation.
Campus Safety HQ can help you more effectively train your teachers, staff and administrators how to appropriately respond to emergencies.