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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’s mother, brother, sister-in-law and a handful of cousins 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 husband, her son and her dog.

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Read: Doctor Shot in Head During Robbery at Fairview Southdale Hospital

Doctor Shot in Head During Robbery at Fairview Southdale Hospital

A year before the shooting, employees said they asked administrators to provide better protection in parking areas but nothing was done.

Read: IAHSS Goes Virtual for Its 52nd Annual Conference & Exhibition

IAHSS Goes Virtual for Its 52nd Annual Conference & Exhibition

The first-ever virtual event included educational sessions, professional development opportunities, live Q&As, and the chance to chat with other attendees.

Read: GroupProjects Allow Participants to Interact Directly with Industry Experts, Peers

GroupProjects Allow Participants to Interact Directly with Industry Experts, Peers

These interactive webinar series, limited to 35 participants, allow attendees to video chat directly with presenters and other public safety professionals.

Read: University of Kentucky Rewarding Students Who Follow Coronavirus Rules

University of Kentucky Rewarding Students Who Follow Coronavirus Rules

Students who have a compliance rate of 90% or higher in filling out daily health screenings will be entered into a random drawing for prizes each month.

Read: Broward Deputy Fired for Hiding During MSD Shooting to Get Job Back

Broward Deputy Fired for Hiding During MSD Shooting to Get Job Back

Deputy Josh Stambaugh is the second Broward Sheriff’s Office employee to be reinstated in the past five months based on a technicality.

Read: Over 75% of COVID-19 Hotspots Are in College Towns

Over 75% of COVID-19 Hotspots Are in College Towns

So far, more than 50,000 coronavirus cases in the U.S. have been linked to universities that brought students back to campus.

Read: SUNY Oneonta Sends Students Home After COVID-19 Outbreak

SUNY Oneonta Sends Students Home After COVID-19 Outbreak

Since the school started in-person learning on Aug. 21, more than 500 people — or 13% of the student population — have tested positive for the virus.

Read: Grissom-Huntsville Football Game Postponed Due to Violent, Racially Motivated Posts

Grissom-Huntsville Football Game Postponed Due to Violent, Racially Motivated Posts

One of the posts included a photo of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of George Floyd.

Read: New Video Shows Flood Water Bursting Into Norwood Hospital

New Video Shows Flood Water Bursting Into Norwood Hospital

The 101-year-old Massachusetts hospital has been closed since June 28 and parts of it may have to be completely rebuilt.

Read: Over 1,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases at University of Alabama

Over 1,000 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases at University of Alabama

As a result, the university announced a 14-day hold on all in-person student events outside classroom instruction.

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