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Read: Campus Safety Conferences Now Accepting Presentation Proposals for 2023

Campus Safety Conferences Now Accepting Presentation Proposals for 2023

The 2023 Campus Safety Conferences will be held next summer in Texas and Las Vegas. We will also be co-locating with EdSpaces in North Carolina in November.

Read: New Hampshire Hospital Security Officer Helps Woman Deliver Baby

New Hampshire Hospital Security Officer Helps Woman Deliver Baby

The baby was born in the hospital parking lot with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck.

Read: Instant Team Communication with ZipBridge

Instant Team Communication with ZipBridge

This simple tool can reduce the time it takes to communicate with the full team at the outset of and during an incident at your school.

Read: How Integrated Security Ecosystems Can Improve Campus Safety

How Integrated Security Ecosystems Can Improve Campus Safety

Verkada brings your buildings online, unifying security endpoints behind a single, easy-to-use interface.

Read: K–12 Access Solutions in a Class by Themselves

K–12 Access Solutions in a Class by Themselves

dormakaba’s Aurora software platform provides centralized monitoring and management of controlled entry and exit points throughout your entire facility.

Read: Your Sneak Peek at This Fall’s Campus Safety Online Summit Schedule

Your Sneak Peek at This Fall’s Campus Safety Online Summit Schedule

Here are some of the sessions and speakers who will be featured in this fall’s Campus Safety Online Summit, November 30 – December 1.

Read: How Tailgating Detection Can Prevent Unauthorized Access to Your Campus

How Tailgating Detection Can Prevent Unauthorized Access to Your Campus

Tailgating occurs when an unauthorized person follows an authorized person into a secured area.

Read: UNC System Board Approves Student Fee for Campus Security

UNC System Board Approves Student Fee for Campus Security

The $60 fee will bring in an estimated $13 million this fiscal year to supplement state funds for UNC System campus safety departments.

Read: DOJ Announces $22 Million to Reduce Sexual, Domestic Violence on College Campuses

DOJ Announces $22 Million to Reduce Sexual, Domestic Violence on College Campuses

Some of the funding will be used to promote boys’ and men’s roles in combating violence against women and girls.

Read: K-12 Government Funding: What You Need to Know

K-12 Government Funding: What You Need to Know

As students and teachers return to classrooms amid the persistent threat of COVID-19 variants and with safety and security top-of-mind following the continuing incidents of school violence, national, state and local leaders are committing a combination of resources to help maintain a safe, secure learning environment for our nation’s youth.

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