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CS Announces the Campus Safety Conference

The event will take place July 31 – Aug. 1 at the Radisson Hotel Midtown at USC in Los Angeles.

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Only a week after the Franklin Regional High School mass stabbing that wounded 22 people, a University of Calgary student has been charged in the fatal stabbing of five people at an off-campus party. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 16, 2014

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton signed the Safe and Supportive Schools Act provides local school districts the guidance, support, and flexibility to adopt clear and enforceable school policies to help protect all children from bullying. By CS Staff · April 15, 2014

The Mount Wachusett Community College Police Department will begin carrying firearms on campus in 2016. By CS Staff · April 15, 2014

Wood County Schools will use the $20,000 grant from Video Insight to improve video surveillance throughout the district. By CS Staff · April 14, 2014

A former University of Maryland contract IT worker is being investigated by the FBI for posting the school president’s personal information online. The software engineer claims he posted the information to draw attention to the university’s cyber security vulnerabilities. By CS Staff · April 14, 2014

George Fox University is facing a lawsuit for allegedly violating Title IX regulations when officials would not allow a transgender student to live in an all-male residence hall. By CS Staff · April 11, 2014

A 32-year-old woman was charged with trespassing at Summa Akron City Hospital last month. By CS Staff · April 11, 2014

The student responsible for Wednesday’s mass stabbing at Franklin Regional High School has been described as being shy with no history of violence. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 10, 2014

Check out some of the important CampusSafetyMagazine.com articles on technology that were featured the first quarter of this year. By CS Staff · April 10, 2014

Nest will halt sales of its Nest Protect combination smoke/CO detector for two to three months, citing a software flaw that allows the 'Nest Wave' deactivation feature to potentially be unintentionally activated with a wave of the hand. By Jason Knott · April 10, 2014