Surveys

Read: 44% of K-12 Parents Fear for Their Children’s Safety at School, Poll Finds

44% of K-12 Parents Fear for Their Children’s Safety at School, Poll Finds

The poll also found that 20% of K-12 students have articulated concerns about their own safety while in school.

Read: Student Discipline in Schools: Part of the Problem or the Solution?

Student Discipline in Schools: Part of the Problem or the Solution?

Studies have shown that some forms of punishment can have an adverse affect on student well-being.

Read: Hospital Survey Reveals 2018 Security Investment Plans

Hospital Survey Reveals 2018 Security Investment Plans

Our exclusive survey ranks the most common hospital security system upgrades set for 2018.

Read: New Poll Finds Alarming Rates of Violence Against Nurses

New Poll Finds Alarming Rates of Violence Against Nurses

The poll found 68 percent have experienced at least one incident of violence in the past year while 20 percent have experienced nine or more.

Read: CS Hospital Security Survey Gives Insights on Budget, Crime and Staffing

CS Hospital Security Survey Gives Insights on Budget, Crime and Staffing

Our Hospital Security Survey shows around half of all hospitals have seen an increase in crime in 2017.

Read: New Survey Highlights College Students’ Perspectives on Free Speech

New Survey Highlights College Students’ Perspectives on Free Speech

The survey collected data from 1,500 current undergraduate students on topics such as hate speech and controversial speakers.

Read: 5 Student Centered Approaches to Improving School Safety

5 Student Centered Approaches to Improving School Safety

These five methods of empowering students have been employed by schools around the country.

Read: Survey: Millennials Have Extreme Anxiety About Physical Safety

Survey: Millennials Have Extreme Anxiety About Physical Safety

The survey found that in the last 12 months, 34 percent of millennials avoided crowded spaces and 30 percent avoided public transportation.

Read: Study: Violence, Bullying Down in U.S. Public Schools

Study: Violence, Bullying Down in U.S. Public Schools

The study also found that both violent occurrences and bullying happen more often in middle schools than in high schools or elementary schools.

Read: Survey: 95 Percent of Hospital CIOs Concerned with Data Breaches

Survey: 95 Percent of Hospital CIOs Concerned with Data Breaches

The survey was administered to over 100 hospital CIOs who are members of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

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