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How Miami U Does More With Less

Director of the Year Finalist and Miami University Police Chief John McCandless describes the steps his department took to maintain an appropriate level of service and achieve efficiencies with less resources.

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Northern Virginia Community College Police Chief Daniel Dusseau wins the education category, and Barnes-Jewish Hospital Director of Public Safety Margie Brine wins the healthcare category. By CS Staff · August 27, 2014

Director of the Year finalist Margie Brine describes her unusual career path: from shuttle bus driver to director of public safety at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. By Robin Hattersley Gray · July 15, 2014

Director of the Year Finalist Chris Cromer says providing a career path will keep officers happy and reduce attrition. By Robin Hattersley Gray · July 02, 2014

Here’s how Parkland Health and Hospital System Police Chief and Director of the Year Finalist Kenneth Cheatle recruits officers from a wide variety of backgrounds. By Robin Hattersley Gray · June 11, 2014

Director of the Year finalist Dave Corbin of Newton-Wellesley Hospital describes how he was able to address his campus’ infant security system issues and make it more effective. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 23, 2014

Director of the Year finalist Drew Neckar of the Mayo Clinic describes how his institution revised how it manages patients with behavioral health issues to decrease incidents and increase customer satisfaction. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 16, 2014

Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management David DeVoss describes how his campus achieved this accreditation. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 06, 2014

Congratulations to David Corbin, director of public safety, parking, facilities and engineering at Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Mass. By CS Staff · March 31, 2014

Congratulations to Margaret Brine, director of public safety at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Mo. By CS Staff · March 27, 2014

Cuyahoga Community College's vice president and chief of police, Clayton Harris, who is also one of this year's Campus Safety director of the year finalists, describes how he developed his dignitary protection program and the lessons he and his department have learned from the process. By Robin Hattersley Gray · March 27, 2014