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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: Managing Controversial Speakers on College Campuses

Managing Controversial Speakers on College Campuses

Here’s how U.S. institutions of higher education are attempting to address the security issues surrounding controversial speakers and protests.

Read: Nevada College Professor Shoots Self to Protest Trump Administration

Nevada College Professor Shoots Self to Protest Trump Administration

At the scene, the CSN faculty member was “rambling” and upset about President Donald Trump and the state of the nation.

Read: Shots Fired at Los Angeles Hospital, Suspect Arrested

Shots Fired at Los Angeles Hospital, Suspect Arrested

Kaiser Permanente staff and patients evacuated or sheltered in place after a disgruntled male in the mental health unit fired six or seven rounds.

Read: 1 Fatally Shot, 4 Injured Near Auburn University

1 Fatally Shot, 4 Injured Near Auburn University

The shooting happened a few hours after Auburn University’s opening football game.

Read: Will Your Generator Hold Up During an Emergency?

Will Your Generator Hold Up During an Emergency?

Backup power is critical to the continued operation of campuses during an emergency. Testing and proper location will ensure your generators will work when you need them.

Read: Background Checks Bar 266 Chicago Public Schools Employees from Coming Back to Work

Background Checks Bar 266 Chicago Public Schools Employees from Coming Back to Work

Only those whose background checks revealed a history of violence, sexual misconduct or dangerous criminal activity have been banned.

Read: New Dept. of Ed Title IX Sexual Misconduct Rules Bolster Rights of Accused, Protect Campuses

New Dept. of Ed Title IX Sexual Misconduct Rules Bolster Rights of Accused, Protect Campuses

The new Title IX sexual misconduct rules are scheduled to be released in September and will have the force of law.

Read: UNM Settled Former Resident’s Sexual Assault Lawsuit for $800,000

UNM Settled Former Resident’s Sexual Assault Lawsuit for $800,000

After the former resident and UNM reached an agreement regarding her alleged sexual assault last year, the head of anesthesiology said the department had to “reallocate” bonuses to pay for the settlement.

Read: Study Finds Childhood Bullying Has Long-term Mental Health Consequences

Study Finds Childhood Bullying Has Long-term Mental Health Consequences

A significant portion of survey participants who experienced physical, verbal, social or cyber bullying when they were children have developed mental health issues as adults.

Read: 7 Arrested as Protesters Clash Over Silent Sam Statue Removal

7 Arrested as Protesters Clash Over Silent Sam Statue Removal

Skirmishes broke out at UNC-Chapel Hill between protesters on both sides of the Silent Sam confederate monument removal controversy.

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