Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Katie Malafronte, Web Editor

Katie Malafronte is Campus Safety's Web Editor. She graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2017 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Writing & Rhetoric. Katie has been CS's Web Editor since 2018.

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Read: Ex-Janitor Charged for Bringing Gun to Milwaukee School, Injuring Student

Ex-Janitor Charged for Bringing Gun to Milwaukee School, Injuring Student

Two former St. Josaphat teachers also face one misdemeanor count each of failing to report child abuse or neglect after the incident.

Read: Former MSU Dean Convicted of Neglect of Duty in Handling of Nassar

Former MSU Dean Convicted of Neglect of Duty in Handling of Nassar

William Strampel was also accused of sexually harassing his medical students while he was the Dean of Osteopathic Medicine at MSU.

Read: Student Sexual Assault Survivors Fight for Anonymity

Student Sexual Assault Survivors Fight for Anonymity

Colleges are demanding that courts release the names of sexual assault victims to the public because they claim anonymity hurts their defense.

Read: Alabama Forbids Free Speech Zones at Universities

Alabama Forbids Free Speech Zones at Universities

In the state of Alabama, most colleges oppose the law. Some lawmakers contend that student safety could be hindered because controversial speech that is not limited to free speech zones may lead to violence.

Read: Patient Fires Security Officer’s Stun Gun at S.C. Hospital Worker

Patient Fires Security Officer’s Stun Gun at S.C. Hospital Worker

Witnesses said the patient was becoming combative as hospital workers attempted to restrain him at Roper St. Francis Hospital.

Read: Study: 4 Lessons Learned from Examining SROs in Middle Schools

Study: 4 Lessons Learned from Examining SROs in Middle Schools

The study explores several factors, including school admissions and grade-level proficiency, that could be affecting school safety.

Read: UTSA Study: Vaping Linked to Adolescent Delinquency

UTSA Study: Vaping Linked to Adolescent Delinquency

The study found that in some cases, vaping is linked to a higher risk of delinquency than traditional substance abuse.

Read: Alameda County Deputies To Cease Patrol of 4 East Bay Campuses

Alameda County Deputies To Cease Patrol of 4 East Bay Campuses

The Peralta (Calif.) Community College District’s board of trustees rejected a multi-million-dollar police services contract.

Read: Scot Peterson Charged with Perjury, Neglect During Parkland Shooting

Scot Peterson Charged with Perjury, Neglect During Parkland Shooting

Authorities said Peterson would not have been able to help the 11 victims on the ground level of the school but could have played a role in saving the victims on the third floor.

Read: Kansas Hospital Pays $250K to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

Kansas Hospital Pays $250K to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

The government alleged that Coffey Health System falsely filed claims to Medicare and Medicaid for the $2.2 million it collected in 2012 and 2013.

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