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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: In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Challenges

In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Challenges

We asked the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey participants to tell us about their biggest struggles. Here’s what some of them had to say.

Read: In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Successes

In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Successes

We asked the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey participants to tell us about the successes they’ve had with their programs. Here’s what some of them had to say.

Read: Emergency Notification Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Complying with THIS Best Practice

Emergency Notification Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Complying with THIS Best Practice

According to the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, fewer organizations are using more than one alert system, which could put them at risk during a crisis.

Read: Allegion to Purchase Stanley Black & Decker’s Access Technologies Business for $900M

Allegion to Purchase Stanley Black & Decker’s Access Technologies Business for $900M

The deal follows Stanley Black & Decker’s sale of its Stanley Security integration business to Securitas AB in December.

Read: Philly Starts Screening Middle-Schoolers for Weapons

Philly Starts Screening Middle-Schoolers for Weapons

The weapons screenings will be conducted randomly on campus by school safety officers, usually in the morning.

Read: Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

A new survey has found that 48% of LGBTQ teens, ages 13-17, seriously considered attempting suicide last year.

Read: Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, 43% of participants say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

Read: USC Settles Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Brought by 80 LGBTQ+ Men

USC Settles Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Brought by 80 LGBTQ+ Men

Eighty former male students who are mostly gay or bisexual say they were sexually abused during examinations by a former USC physician.

Read: HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

The average cost for credential theft was more than $871,000 for each incident associated with an insider.

Read: Nurse Survey Finds Increases in Workplace Violence, Moral Distress, and Unsafe Staffing

Nurse Survey Finds Increases in Workplace Violence, Moral Distress, and Unsafe Staffing

From March 2021 to March of this year, there was a 119% rise in small or significant increases in workplace violence.

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