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Campus police say the suspects left the scene in a stolen vehicle. By CS Staff · March 22, 2017

This summer’s 2017 Campus Safety Conferences offer two full days of K-12 and higher ed safety education, including expert forums, in-depth conference sessions, training workshops, hands-on training and multiple networking opportunities. By CS Staff · March 22, 2017

The suspect reportedly confessed to police that he committed the crime. By CS Staff · March 20, 2017

A little extra effort in the hiring process can go a long way toward improving your department. By Zach Winn · March 20, 2017

The school is reviewing its policy for security fees during campus events. By CS Staff · March 16, 2017

Campus police say they are unsure if the crimes are related. By CS Staff · March 15, 2017

The conference is April 19-21 in Atlantic City, N.J. By CS Staff · March 13, 2017

Emergency managers on a college campus must have additional competencies for their environments. By Andy Altizer · March 06, 2017

The professor was treated for non-life threatening injuries and no one else was injured in the incident. By CS Staff · February 27, 2017

University officials say the decision was made to better prepare the campus for active shooter or other deadly force situations. By CS Staff · February 21, 2017