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Read: Locker Room Hazing: A Riot with Different Motivations

Locker Room Hazing: A Riot with Different Motivations

A retired police lieutenant gives his perspective on the common occurrence of hazing in locker rooms and what students, staff, coaches and parents can do to stop it.

Read: Making Video Verification More Effective with Artificial Intelligence

Making Video Verification More Effective with Artificial Intelligence

AI ties video in with intrusion alarms to slash false alarms and save valuable law enforcement resources.

Read: What Lies Ahead for Campus Physical Security: 2022 Predictions

What Lies Ahead for Campus Physical Security: 2022 Predictions

A CEO gives his predictions for how AI-based screening tools will impact physical security in stadiums and on K-12, college and healthcare campuses.

Read: 5 Types of School Emergency Drills and Why They Are Valuable

5 Types of School Emergency Drills and Why They Are Valuable

Realistic and varying school emergency drills empower staff and students to make life-saving decisions during a stressful event.

Read: Tackling IoT Operations and Device Security at Large University Campuses

Tackling IoT Operations and Device Security at Large University Campuses

To ensure the operational efficiency of IoT devices, here are four questions every campus security team should ask themselves.

Read: Campuses, Law Enforcement Reckon with Facial Recognition Bans

Campuses, Law Enforcement Reckon with Facial Recognition Bans

Implementing facial recognition is becoming more cumbersome as an increasing number of cities and states restrict the use of this technology.

Read: Substance Abuse on Campus: Challenges First-Year College Students Face

Substance Abuse on Campus: Challenges First-Year College Students Face

College is a good way for young adults to gain independence but it can also put them in situations where drugs and alcohol are easily accessible.

Read: School Safety Drills for Students with Special Needs

School Safety Drills for Students with Special Needs

Rather than opting out of safety drills for students with special needs, here are some strategies to help you develop their individualized safety plans.

Read: Oxford Shooting: What Went Wrong and 5 Things to Do to Protect Your School

Oxford Shooting: What Went Wrong and 5 Things to Do to Protect Your School

Although active shooter events are rare, we never know when or where the next one will happen, which should focus our attention on preparation.

Read: Oxford Shooting Update: A Warning About Non-Code-Compliant Door Barricade Devices

Oxford Shooting Update: A Warning About Non-Code-Compliant Door Barricade Devices

Most door barricade devices don’t comply with ADA and NFPA codes. They also pose other major risks.

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