Role playing with school stakeholders is the first step to ensuring your emergency plans and procedures are effective.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 24, 2017
Michele Gay, who lost her daughter in the 2012 Sandy Hook School tragedy, talks about her experience before, during and after the active shooter attack and how she is working to protect other children and K-12 campuses.
By Michele Gay · May 22, 2017
Topics covered at Campus Safety East and West conferences include Title IX, immigration, campus carry, protests and more.
By CS Staff · May 18, 2017
Looking to hire someone to manage your campus Clery Act compliance efforts? Here are the qualifications he or she should possess.
By Alison Kiss · May 16, 2017
Five years ago, LBPD Deputy Chief Michael Beckman’s son took his own life. Here are some of the lessons he learned from that tragedy.
By Michael Beckman · May 11, 2017
Here are some of the lessons one Los Angeles K-12 campus learned when a police chase involving an armed suspect ended in front of the school.
By Dr. Shannon Wasley · May 09, 2017
Having a social media plan and adopting these best practices will ensure your campus crisis communications efforts are effective.
By Rick J. Kaufman, APR · May 04, 2017
Schools can simplify their decision criteria, improve their communications and reduce costs by focusing on a common infrastructure.
By James Marcella · April 27, 2017
Campus police should be able to recognize warning signs of relationship violence.
By Randy Burba and Stan Skipworth · April 25, 2017
The 2017 Campus Safety Conferences held in Dallas, Philadelphia and Los Angeles offer two full days of K-12 and higher ed safety, security and emergency management education.
By CS Staff · April 23, 2017