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How the University of Georgia Embraces ‘Stop the Bleed’

Steve Harris and Dan Silk · December 07, 2016
UGA and its local public safety agencies are taking part in this national campaign, which encourages greater awareness of straightforward first aid strategies.
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CS Staff · January 17, 2017
The woman is accused of assaulting or attempting to assault hospital police, university police and city police in the incident.

CS Staff · January 17, 2017
Those who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing for the chance to win one of four $25 gift cards

CS Staff · January 16, 2017
The kidnapping case had perplexed investigators for 18 years.

Scott Goldfine · January 16, 2017
Here's what leading systems integrators, manufacturers, consultants and analysts have to say about this year's security technology market.

CS Staff · January 13, 2017
The hospital's emergency response procedures helped staff deal with the rush of victims, relatives and the media.

CS Staff · January 12, 2017
No deaths or injuries have been reported as a result of the problem.

Zach Winn · January 12, 2017
Here are some ways tablets might improve your campus security operations.

CS Staff · January 11, 2017
The HIPAA settlement is the first to enforce the notification rule.

Guy Bliesner and Mike Munger · January 11, 2017
The misalignment of protection technology’s abilities with the operational reality of running a campus can turn the use of security equipment into security theater.

CS Staff · January 10, 2017
A woman was escorted out of multiple hospitals in the area under suspicion of attempting an infant abduction.