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Campus Safety
April 23, 2024
FirstNet: The Key to Improving Safety at Schools, Colleges and Hospitals
During an emergency, school, university and hospital security and public safety support personnel, as well as staff and administrators, may be called on to support local first responders. FirstNet enables better communications among all of these individuals.



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Healthcare facilities, schools and institutions of higher education continue to embrace security cameras, according to CS’ latest research. This exclusive video surveillance study also covers system quality, coverage and maintenance, as well as the policies and procedures supporting this technology.

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A state senator, who is also a pediatrician, is sponsoring a new bill that would require the state health department to sign off on all medical exemptions.

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The officer was shot after he confronted a man who was dragging his father at gunpoint through the South Carolina hospital's emergency room.

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Authorities were aware the patient was unstable and had a gun when a woman reported him to the police 17 hours before he shot a hospital employee.

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When staff found the patient in his room, a gun was on his lap and a bag delivered by a visitor was on the floor next to him.

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The victim called hospital security to report her would-be attackers after she allegedly saw them looking into cars in the parking lot.

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