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LA Campus Safety Conference Preview: Campus Police Investigation Tools

Robin Hattersley Gray · June 12, 2015
LA Campus Safety Conference Speaker and Claremont University Director of Campus Safety Stan Skipworth discusses how he and CCUPCA are working to have California enhance penal code 633.
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CS Staff · July 03, 2015
A photo of Bobbi Kristina Brown, who is in hospice care, could be worth as much as $200,000 and is prompting some individuals to try to take pictures of her.

CS Staff · July 02, 2015
Henry Lyles hijacked a hearse with a body inside before being arrested on June 28. The body was recovered unharmed.

Robin Hattersley Gray · July 02, 2015
Ole Miss, the University of Wisconsin, UNC, Chester County Schools, Pittsburgh schools, Milford, Conn., schools, the University of Hawaii, Ferris State, Harvard, Arizona State and the University of Colorado have all hired new police chiefs, security directors or Title IX coordinators in the past three months.

Robin Hattersley Gray · July 02, 2015
Mike Dorn of Safe Havens International says U.S. K-12 schools' ability to respond to acts of terrorism has degraded recently due to them focusing too much on active shooters.

CS Staff · July 02, 2015
Starting next year, parents will only be able to send unvaccinated children to school if they have a note from a doctor.

CS Staff · July 01, 2015
Malone Medical Centre is surrounded by media and police as it holds captured convict David Sweat.

CS Staff · July 01, 2015
According to a study published in JAMA Pediatrics June 29, over a third of children in the U.S. have experienced an assault in the past year. The study's author, David Finkelhor, said many of the country's social problems can be traced back to childhood abuse. Other findings included that boys were twice as likely to be assaulted as girls and that one in 20 children had been abused by a parent or caregiver in the past year.

CS Staff · July 01, 2015
Dacious June Parker fled the University Medical Center Breckenridge when a corrections officer left him alone.

CS Staff · July 01, 2015
U.S. law enforcement agencies have been warned by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security to be on high alert for terrorist attacks during July 4th celebrations. Authorities cite threats by ISIS and other homegrown extremists.

CS Staff · July 01, 2015
The Campus Safety conference in Chicago will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.