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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: Missouri Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Found School Employee Database Vulnerability

Missouri Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Found School Employee Database Vulnerability

Cybersecurity legal experts say the potential prosecution is misguided and could have a chilling effect on others who discover cyber vulnerabilities.

Read: New York AG Orders Contractor to ‘Cease and Desist’ Providing Security Replacement Staff to Hospital

New York AG Orders Contractor to ‘Cease and Desist’ Providing Security Replacement Staff to Hospital

The “cease and desist” letter says the contractor providing temporary workers during a hospital strike is not licensed in New York State to provide security.

Read: Security Officer, Student Shot Outside Chicago High School

Security Officer, Student Shot Outside Chicago High School

The school shooting happened just as the security officer was opening the campus doors as classes were being dismissed for the day.

Read: University of Montana Law School Dean, Associate Dean Resign Over Mishandling  of Title IX Claims

University of Montana Law School Dean, Associate Dean Resign Over Mishandling of Title IX Claims

The dean and associate dean of the University of Montana’s law school are resigning in response to allegations they ignored or mishandled claims of sexual assault and misconduct.

Read: Submit Your Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award!

Submit Your Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award!

Tell us about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

Read: Take the 2021 Campus Safety Video Surveillance Survey

Take the 2021 Campus Safety Video Surveillance Survey

Topics covered in this year’s Campus Safety Video Surveillance Survey include camera coverage, system quality, maintenance, planned upgrades, policies, procedures and more.

Read: DOJ Vows to Address Violent Threats Against School Board Members, Officials and Teachers

DOJ Vows to Address Violent Threats Against School Board Members, Officials and Teachers

DOJ’s efforts will most likely include the creation of a task force to determine how federal enforcement tools can be used to prosecute these crimes, and ways to assist state, Tribal, territorial and local law enforcement where threats of violence may not constitute federal crimes.”

Read: 1,800 NYC School Safety Agents Placed on Leave for Not Complying with Vax Mandate

1,800 NYC School Safety Agents Placed on Leave for Not Complying with Vax Mandate

Only 84% of New York City’s school safety agents have been vaccinated for COVID, so about 1,800 officers were placed on unpaid leave on Monday.

Read: Alex Jones Loses 2 Sandy Hook Cases by Default

Alex Jones Loses 2 Sandy Hook Cases by Default

Jones falsely claimed the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre was staged by crisis actors who wanted to overturn the Second Amendment.

Read: Jefferson University Hospital Employee Fatally Shoots Coworker

Jefferson University Hospital Employee Fatally Shoots Coworker

As police confronted the hospital shooting suspect, the gunman opened fire, injuring two officers.

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