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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: Gastrointestinal Illness Sickens 130 Students at Las Vegas School

Gastrointestinal Illness Sickens 130 Students at Las Vegas School

Local health officials are investigating the cause of the outbreak in which many students experienced “projectile vomiting.”

Read: OSHA Fines UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital $14,500 Over Workplace Violence

OSHA Fines UF Health Shands Psychiatric Hospital $14,500 Over Workplace Violence

OSHA found that UF Health employees suffered bites, concussions, and broken bones caused by altercations with patients.

Read: UPDATE: Richneck School Officials Downplayed Several Warnings About 6-Year-Old Who Shot Teacher

UPDATE: Richneck School Officials Downplayed Several Warnings About 6-Year-Old Who Shot Teacher

Previous incidents by the boy allegedly included threats to light a teacher on fire, throwing furniture, and barricading a classroom.

Read: Wife Fatally Shoots Terminally Ill Husband in Florida Hospital

Wife Fatally Shoots Terminally Ill Husband in Florida Hospital

The woman told police that three weeks ago she and her husband made a suicide pact that they would carry out if his condition deteriorated.

Read: 2 Students Dead, 1 Staff Member Injured in Des Moines School Shooting

2 Students Dead, 1 Staff Member Injured in Des Moines School Shooting

Authorities say the school shooting was targeted, stemming from an ongoing gang dispute.

Read: Study Finds 71 Percent of LGBTQ+ Youth Say Restrictive State Laws Negatively Impact Their Mental Health

Study Finds 71 Percent of LGBTQ+ Youth Say Restrictive State Laws Negatively Impact Their Mental Health

Additionally, many LGBTQ+ youth say the new policies or debates have resulted in them being bullied, harassed, and/or assaulted.

Read: Joplin Tornado Survivor to Deliver Keynote at the 2023 Campus Safety Conferences

Joplin Tornado Survivor to Deliver Keynote at the 2023 Campus Safety Conferences

Dr. C.J. Huff, retired superintendent for the Joplin, Missouri School District, will share at this summer’s CSCs his recovery and leadership journey following the May 22, 2011 tornado that destroyed much of his district.

Read: New Law Enables FDA to Regulate Medical Device Cybersecurity

New Law Enables FDA to Regulate Medical Device Cybersecurity

The new law requires manufacturers of medical devices to ensure that their equipment and related systems are cybersecure.

Read: Registration Now Open for the 2023 Campus Safety Conferences!

Registration Now Open for the 2023 Campus Safety Conferences!

This summer’s Campus Safety Conferences will be held in Henderson, Nevada, July 10-12, and Dallas, Texas, July 31 – August 2.

Read: Seattle Public Schools Sue Big Tech, Allege Social Media Harms Student Mental Health

Seattle Public Schools Sue Big Tech, Allege Social Media Harms Student Mental Health

Schools in Seattle are suing the big tech companies for recommending harmful content to children, allegedly fueling the mental health crisis.

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