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CS Staff · March 22, 2017
Those who complete the survey will be entered into a drawing for the chance to win one of four $25 gift cards
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Randy Atlas, Ph.D., FAIA, CPP · March 23, 2017
By adopting these elements, you’ll be able to prevent the entry of unauthorized individuals or delay their access until law enforcement can be summoned.

CS Staff · March 22, 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 · March 20, 2017
The escape prompted the Toronto Police Department to conduct a professional standards review.

Zach Winn · March 20, 2017
Interviewing, vetting and ultimately hiring security officers and guards can be a difficult and time consuming process. School, hospital and college security officials must make the right choices when it comes to selecting guards and officers to improve school safety or hospital security. That means conducting extensive background checks to vet guards, working with the human resources department and training existing officers on how to take part in job interviews. In this article, Campus Safety goes inside the security guard hiring process at Gwinnett Health System to show an example of an effective program for security guard and officer departments.

CS Staff · March 17, 2017
The officers were treated at the hospital and given antibiotics.

CS Staff · March 15, 2017
An investigation is underway to determine if the OhioHealth Grant Medical Center security officers used excessive force.

CS Staff · March 14, 2017
The woman was not put through traditional visitor screening.

Lt. John Weinstein · March 13, 2017
These strategies will improve your response to an active shooter or other attack to help mitigate death and injuries on your campus.

Lt. John Weinstein · March 13, 2017
Preparation must go beyond incident response, tactics and the focus on active shooters.

CS Staff · March 09, 2017
The man suffered second and third degree burns but is conscious and recovering.