Campus Safety’s Top Videos of 2016
Campus Safety has run several videos over the last year that have been a hit with our audience.
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Sometimes at Campus Safety, we get so focused on the daily grind of publishing helpful content that we forget to step back and review the things that resonated with our audience.
What better time to recap some of our best content than the closing of the year?
In keeping with the idea of stepping back and smelling the roses, we’ve put together a list of the top videos we posted in 2016.
Some of these clips are interviews or instructional videos while others were done by groups other than Campus Safety. But each video offers a fresh perspective on the campus security world that, like it or not, serves to inform our readers.
These videos are in no particular order and cover a range of topics across the K-12, higher education and healthcare security fields.
A list of the video article pages is included below for those of you wishing to jump to certain videos.
1. Sandy Hook Ad on Preventing Gun Violence
2. University of Delaware Police Music Video
3. UCF, DHS and IACP Partner Up For Bomb Threat Video
4. Guide to Student Cybersecurity
5. Managing the Safety and Security of Elderly Patients
6. How to Effectively Manage Non-Sworn Public Safety Officers
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