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Robin Hattersley-Gray, Editor-in-Chief

Robin has been covering the security and campus law enforcement industries since 1998 and is a specialist in school, university and hospital security, public safety and emergency management, as well as emerging technologies and systems integration. She joined CS in 2005 and has authored award-winning editorial on campus law enforcement and security funding, officer recruitment and retention, access control, IP video, network integration, event management, crime trends, the Clery Act, Title IX compliance, sexual assault, dating abuse, emergency communications, incident management software and more. Robin has been featured on national and local media outlets and was formerly associate editor for the trade publication Security Sales & Integration. She obtained her undergraduate degree in history from California State University, Long Beach.

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Read: Tell Us How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Access Control and Lockdown Systems

Tell Us How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Access Control and Lockdown Systems

Take Campus Safety’s 2020 Access Control and Lockdown Survey! Topics include new technology being adopted to stem the spread of COVID-19, how policies and procedures have been affected and more.

Read: UPDATE: Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 500 U.S. Healthcare Workers

UPDATE: Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 500 U.S. Healthcare Workers

However, the death toll of healthcare workers from COVID-19 is most likely higher.

Read: Campus Safety Online Summit Presents Vital Information on How U.S. Schools, Colleges Can Safely Reopen During COVID-19

Campus Safety Online Summit Presents Vital Information on How U.S. Schools, Colleges Can Safely Reopen During COVID-19

All of the CSOS presentations are now available on-demand at no charge for campuses struggling with how to respond to the coronavirus.

Read: School Reopening Plans Have Become the Latest COVID-19 Political Football

School Reopening Plans Have Become the Latest COVID-19 Political Football

Here are the various strategies states and districts have adopted to try to safely reopen after the coronavirus shut down.

Read: U.S. Colleges Asking Federal, State Governments to Block COVID-19 Lawsuits

U.S. Colleges Asking Federal, State Governments to Block COVID-19 Lawsuits

Because the liability exposures to college campuses are so significant, institutions are asking both the federal and state governments to pass legislation that would shield them from legal claims related to COVID-19.

Read: Philly Schools Consider Delaying Start of 2020-2021 Academic Year

Philly Schools Consider Delaying Start of 2020-2021 Academic Year

The possible delay will give Philadelphia schools more time for anti-racism training and improved sanitation protocols.

Read: UCSF Medical School Pays $1.14 Million to Criminal Hackers

UCSF Medical School Pays $1.14 Million to Criminal Hackers

The Netwalker ransomware gang originally demanded $3 million, but the payment was negotiated down by a UCSF official.

Read: Unsealed Court Documents Reveal Extent of OSU Cover Up of Strauss Abuse

Unsealed Court Documents Reveal Extent of OSU Cover Up of Strauss Abuse

The newly unsealed complaint includes testimony by several Ohio State University employees who said the school knew for years about the sexual abuse allegations against OSU’s former team doctor.

Read: Extremists Targeting Protestors with Vehicle Attacks

Extremists Targeting Protestors with Vehicle Attacks

There have been at least 50 vehicle-ramming incidents since late May when protests erupted across the country after George Floyd’s in-custody death.

Read: Should Campuses Defund the Police?

Should Campuses Defund the Police?

George Floyd’s death has prompted calls for campuses to “defund the police” and/or sever ties with local law enforcement, but are those moves knee-jerk reactions that will backfire?

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