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When It Comes to Campus Security, It Pays to Be a Realistic Optimist

People with a glass-half-full attitude are much more successful, healthier and happier than pessimists.

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The measures are aimed at tracking who enters and leaves the city to improve safety. By CS Staff · January 13, 2017

We owe it to our campuses to hone our media evaluation skills so that we base our decisions on facts and common sense. By Robin Hattersley Gray · January 03, 2017

Researchers argue the government should be making more of an effort to keep naloxone accessible. By CS Staff · December 12, 2016

The suspect in the shooting was found dead. By CS Staff · December 08, 2016

The report comes on the heels of a contentious presidential election that led to protests and rioting. By CS Staff · November 15, 2016

People with a glass-half-full attitude are much more successful, healthier and happier than pessimists. By Robin Hattersley Gray · November 01, 2016

The concept is in line with an instance earlier this year when police in Dallas attached an explosive device on a drone. By CS Staff · October 31, 2016

An increased police presence will be used to maintain school security and student safety. By CS Staff · October 21, 2016

Security managers face an array of challenges, and hovering over them all is the challenge to secure funding for their public safety departments. The following article originally ran in Campus Safety's sister publication Security Sales & Integration. By Paul C. Boucherle · October 20, 2016

The announcement largely follows a recommendation from a security commission last month. By CS Staff · October 19, 2016