Vandalism

Read: Glass Window and Door Security: A Growing Concern for Campus Protection Pros

Glass Window and Door Security: A Growing Concern for Campus Protection Pros

More than one in two campus protection professionals now say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

Read: New Jersey Man Arrested for Vandalizing Rutgers Islamic Center During Eid al-Fitr

New Jersey Man Arrested for Vandalizing Rutgers Islamic Center During Eid al-Fitr

Investigators believe the man broke into the Rutgers Islamic Center and vandalized property during Eid al-Fitr two weeks ago.

Read: Spotlight on Higher Education/Healthcare Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Christopher Buckley

Spotlight on Higher Education/Healthcare Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Christopher Buckley

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: U.S. Antisemitic Incidents Skyrocketed 360% in Aftermath of Attack in Israel, According to Latest ADL Data

U.S. Antisemitic Incidents Skyrocketed 360% in Aftermath of Attack in Israel, According to Latest ADL Data

In the three months since Oct. 7, ADL tracked 60 antisemitic assaults, 500+ incidents on college campuses

Read: Milestone Systems Protects Students and Prevents Crime Across 20 Campuses

Milestone Systems Protects Students and Prevents Crime Across 20 Campuses

The Anaheim Union High School District deployed an innovative video system that has helped reduce vandalism and theft, while improving emergency preparedness.

Read: Students Riot at Queens High School After Teacher Attends Pro-Israel Rally

Students Riot at Queens High School After Teacher Attends Pro-Israel Rally

Administrators locked the teacher in an office as dozens of Hillcrest High students stormed through the halls, vandalizing school property.

Read: Why Bathroom Breaks Are Making Schools Less Safe and a Solution to Consider

Why Bathroom Breaks Are Making Schools Less Safe and a Solution to Consider

Interviews with teachers about why they don’t want their doors to be closed and locked are not about safety concerns — they are almost 100% about students’ bathroom trips.

Read: California Schools Had 70% Decline in Reports of Guns

California Schools Had 70% Decline in Reports of Guns

From 2001 to 2019, there were 70% fewer reports of someone carrying a gun onto school grounds and a 68% reduction in reports of other weapons.

Read: Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, 43% of participants say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

Read: ADL Finds Antisemitic Incidents Increased 36 Percent in 2022, Highest Number Since 1979

ADL Finds Antisemitic Incidents Increased 36 Percent in 2022, Highest Number Since 1979

Antisemitic incidents increased 49% to 494 at K-12 schools and 41% to 219 at institutions of higher education.

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