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Lt. John Weinstein's Latest Posts

How to Evaluate and Improve Your Agency in 5 Easy Steps (Part 1)

Here’s the first two steps
of a five-step process that will help you identify your campus public safety department’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as actions you can take to resolve challenges.

Read: Preparing for Presidential Campaigns and Protests on Campus

Preparing for Presidential Campaigns and Protests on Campus

The U.S. presidential campaign is heating up, and some events have turned violent. These 13 tips will help you address the security challenges associated with planned political actions.

Read: Managing Liability: 6 Strategies to Adopt So You Won’t Be Taken to the Bank

Managing Liability: 6 Strategies to Adopt So You Won’t Be Taken to the Bank

Documentation, training, Clery and Title IX compliance and addressing officer stress are some ways you can keep your department out of court.

5 More Considerations When Developing an Officer Firearms Program

This second part of our series on campus officer gun programs gives you the low down on officers carrying their weapons when they are off duty, patrol rifles, inspections and more.

13 Steps Your Campus Should Take to Prepare for National Adjunct Faculty Walkout Day

These suggestions are also appropriate for other planned political actions and demonstrations that could occur at your institution.

5 Considerations When Developing an Officer Firearms Program

Thinking of arming your officers? Gun and holster selection, training and qualification are just a few of the things to keep in mind.

8 Trends That Will Shape Policing in the Next 50 Years

Agencies should start making adjustments now so that they’ll remain effective.

7 Steps to Keeping Campus Cops Safe

Avoiding complacency and wearing ballistic vests are just two ways that both sworn and non-sworn officers can protect themselves while on the job.

Read: 15 Tips for Developing Better Support from Campus Administrators

15 Tips for Developing Better Support from Campus Administrators

Professional officer appearance, community outreach programs and collaboration with other jurisdictions will help.

Read: How to Improve Situational Awareness on Campus

How to Improve Situational Awareness on Campus

Your efforts, although time consuming, will help to ensure students, faculty and staff will take responsibility for their own safety.

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