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Read: On Patrol: Events Done Right

On Patrol: Events Done Right

Planning and community relations are just some of the ways USC’s Chief Carey Drayton keeps campus activities rewarding and positive experiences for all involved.

Read: Editor's Desk: Sitting on the Sidelines Won’t Cut It Anymore

Editor's Desk: Sitting on the Sidelines Won’t Cut It Anymore

I’m always amazed at the number of armchair quarterbacks who are out there. You know the type: They never get involved in any organization or with any events, yet they are the first to complain and give advice when something happens that they don’t like.

Read: Stopping Gangs One Child at a Time

Stopping Gangs One Child at a Time

With gang-related crime on the rise again, traditional law enforcement agencies have their hands full trying to combat this disturbing trend. Considering schools are often the recruiting grounds for new members, it makes sense that campuses do their part to discourage gang involvement.

Read: News Watch Special Report: Virginia Tech Aftermath

News Watch Special Report: Virginia Tech Aftermath

Read: 7 Steps to Better Radios

7 Steps to Better Radios

Campus police and security officers must be confident theirtwo-way communications devices will be able to send and receive signalswith outside agencies during and after a disaster strikes.Here’s how healthcare and educational institutions can becertain their radios will be ready.

Read: She Dares to Be Different

She Dares to Be Different

Alex Branaman, district chief for the Alachua County (Fla.)Public Schools, demonstrates that there are alternative ways tostructure a campus security force and deal with common campus safetyissues.

Read: Editor’s Desk: Consumer Media Misses the Mark With Virginia Tech

Editor’s Desk: Consumer Media Misses the Mark With Virginia Tech

Read: Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Read: Ms. Stafford Goes to Washington

Ms. Stafford Goes to Washington

Congratulations to The George Washington University Chief of Police Dolores Stafford, winner of the first annual Campus Safety Director of the Year/Education award. CALEA accreditation, an increased department presence on campus, and a decrease in crime are just some of her accomplishments. Read on to see how she made it to the top.

Read: It’s About Relationships

It’s About Relationships

Princeton Chief of Police Steven Healy understands the power of personal interaction. By collaborating with his campus’ numerous stakeholders via community policing and one-on-one communications, he and his officers have improved the department’s stature, as well as upgraded many of the technologies required to properly protect this prestigious university.

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