Topics covered at Campus Safety East and West conferences include Title IX, immigration, campus carry, protests and more.
By CS Staff · May 18, 2017
The Fresno Unified School District was using state funding for at-risk students to enhance school security. The California Department of Education criticized the district.
By CS Staff · May 10, 2017
Prepare now for the DOJ’s latest sexual violence prevention grant, or your campus might miss out.
By Elizabeth Evans and Ashley Schultz · April 12, 2017
Community college is looking to enhance its emergency notification abilities and sexual violence prevention efforts.
By CS Staff · November 10, 2016
$6.5 million in competitive grants have been awarded for the training and compensation of SROs and school police officers, and to prevent and reduce violence.
By CS Staff · November 07, 2016
If the university president and board of regents approve the $34 annual fee to support the Title IX office, it will go into effect next fall.
By CS Staff · October 12, 2016
Institutions of higher education; state, local and tribal governments as well as non-profit institutions are encouraged to apply.
By Robin Hattersley Gray · August 21, 2016
Five of the nation’s top school safety experts will participate in Campus Safety Conference East and West opening sessions.
By CS Staff · July 12, 2016
Idaho School Safety and Security Act provides for assessments, as well as resources for training and first responder partnerships.
May 23, 2016
Lawmakers asked the state's community colleges to wait a year for the increased security funding.
By CS Staff · March 10, 2016