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Amy Rock, Senior Editor

Amy is Campus Safety’s Senior Editor. Prior to joining the editorial team in 2017, she worked in both events and digital marketing. Amy has many close relatives and friends who are teachers, motivating her to learn and share as much as she can about campus security. She has a minor in education and has worked with children in several capacities, further deepening her passion for keeping students safe. In her free time, Amy enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family.

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Read: All 3 Campus Safety Conference Agendas Are Live!

All 3 Campus Safety Conference Agendas Are Live!

Each location features a variety of topics and subject-matter experts and offers unique opportunities for sharing experiences — and some much-deserved downtime — with peers.

Read: Liberty University Handling of Sexual Assault Claims Facing Heavy Scrutiny

Liberty University Handling of Sexual Assault Claims Facing Heavy Scrutiny

A lawsuit claims Liberty University mishandled another rape investigation, and the U.S. Department of Education is now investigating.

Read: Michigan State Makes Safety Changes After Death of Visiting Student

Michigan State Makes Safety Changes After Death of Visiting Student

Changes include fencing around the river where Brendan Santo’s body was discovered almost three months after he disappeared.

Read: Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Yeardley Love’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit again George Huguely V, who was convicted of second-degree murder in her death.

Read: See Who is Exhibiting at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences!

See Who is Exhibiting at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences!

Visit with this year’s Campus Safety Conference sponsors to research technologies and solutions, view product demonstrations, and to enter to win raffle prizes!

Read: All Top 10 Articles from April Have One Thing in Common: Acts of Violence

All Top 10 Articles from April Have One Thing in Common: Acts of Violence

The topic Campus Safety readers showed most interest in this month was acts of violence, which doesn’t come as a surprise since data shows violence is increasing in schools and hospitals.

Read: Providence College Public Safety Officer Claims History of Racism in Department

Providence College Public Safety Officer Claims History of Racism in Department

The third-highest ranking officer said racial harassment by his superiors and colleagues escalated after his promotion from sergeant to lieutenant in 2017.

Read: 70 NYC Teachers Placed on Unpaid Leave for Using Fake COVID Vaccine Cards

70 NYC Teachers Placed on Unpaid Leave for Using Fake COVID Vaccine Cards

United Federation of Teachers says some of the employees have been wrongfully accused and placing them on unpaid leave violates due process.

Read: Guns Became Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children and Teens in 2020

Guns Became Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children and Teens in 2020

More than 4,300 people ages 1-19 died of firearm-related injuries in 2020 — a 29.5% increase from 2019.

Read: Stagg High School Student Fatally Stabbed by Trespasser

Stagg High School Student Fatally Stabbed by Trespasser

The 54-year-old man accessed the campus through a parking lot gate and stabbed a 15-year-old girl multiple times.

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