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University will install 300 Trilogy Networx locks from NAPCO. By CS Staff · May 21, 2017

Colgate University President Brian Casey ordered the review of the glue gun incident, which led to an active shooter report and a lockdown, to explore the role racial bias played. By CS Staff · May 19, 2017

A triple shooting at a nearby club prompted a large group of visitors to enter the facility. By CS Staff · May 09, 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

The school president’s reaction to this week’s glue gun incident might discourage students from reporting crime and its campus safety department from promptly responding to concerns. By Zach Winn · May 05, 2017

After a glue gun was mistaken for a firearm on Colgate University's campus, Chief of Campus Safety Bill Ferguson was asked to take an administrative leave by University President Brian Casey. By CS Staff · May 04, 2017

The apparent murder-suicide took place at North Lake College, and both the gunman and victim have died as a result of their injuries. By Robin Hattersley Gray · May 04, 2017

Door barricades can be an effective way for schools to improve classroom security, but they shouldn't come at the expense of egress requirements. By Lori Greene · May 01, 2017

New e-book for parents and students covers student safety, sexual assault, active shooter response, emergency notification, lockdown, mental health and more. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 21, 2017

School security pros must develop plans to help students with special needs and disabilities appropriately respond during an incident. By CS Staff · April 20, 2017