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See What’s In Store for This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

CS Staff · April 23, 2017
The 2017 Campus Safety Conferences held in Dallas, Philadelphia and Los Angeles offer two full days of K-12 and higher ed safety, security and emergency management education.
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CS Staff · April 28, 2017
The university investigated allegations of sexual abuse but criminal charges were never filed.

Randy Burba and Stan Skipworth · April 25, 2017
Campus police should be able to recognize warning signs of relationship violence.

CS Staff · April 23, 2017
The 2017 Campus Safety Conferences held in Dallas, Philadelphia and Los Angeles offer two full days of K-12 and higher ed safety, security and emergency management education.

Robin Hattersley Gray · April 21, 2017
New e-book for parents and students covers student safety, sexual assault, active shooter response, emergency notification, lockdown, mental health and more.

CS Staff · April 14, 2017
Some sexual assault behaviors were mislabelled by large percentages of people aged 18-34.

Robin Hattersley Gray · April 14, 2017
So far, 16 student athletes from La Vernia High School in Texas and Hamilton High School in Arizona have been arrested for hazing involving sexual assault.

Robin Hattersley Gray · April 14, 2017
Penn State has implemented more aggressive measures to combat drinking, hazing and sexual assault in Greek organizations.

CS Staff · April 13, 2017
College students accused of sexual assault should have a more fair and balanced university disciplinary review, according to a new report. Unfair rules put the burden of proof on accused students who may be greatly affected by college sexual assault rulings, according to The American College of Trial Lawyers.

Zach Winn · April 13, 2017
Emergency preparedness was not on many college's radar before the Virginia Tech shooting. We look back at how the emergency management industry has changed since April 16, 2007.

CS Staff · April 12, 2017
Harvard sexual assault policies have been scrutinized from those outside and within the Harvard University community. In an effort to improve its sexual assault response, education and Title IX compliance, the school announced a series of changes to its Title IX Office. Harvard sexual assault investigations will now exclusively be handled by the Office of Dispute Resolution (headed by Bill D. McCants) while Harvard sexual assault prevention and education will be handled by new Title IX Officer Nicole M. Merhill.