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The resources listed in the 2014 Campus Safety Yearbook can helpyour organization make the case for public safety improvements. By Robin Hattersley Gray · December 01, 2013

Last December’s Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting prompted nearly nine in 10 K-12 respondents and more than one in two university and hospital respondents to make changes in public safety. Other large-scale emergencies, however, didn’t result in as much action by campuses. By CS Staff · December 01, 2013

Check out the latest research conducted by Campus Safety magazine, as well as corporate profiles, Web site showcases and our exclusive vendor directory. Our Yearbook also includes how tos on everything from visitor management to backup power. November 01, 2013

Access control, training and weapons, as well as the management of keys, guests and emergency power, are some of the top issues that should be on your radar this year. By Robin Hattersley Gray · January 06, 2013