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Read: Nurses Protest Over COVID-19-Related Safety Issues

Nurses Protest Over COVID-19-Related Safety Issues

The nurses’ COVID-19-related safety concerns are over inadequate staffing, PPE and testing.

Read: CORRECTION: El Centro College Police Officer Injured in Shooting

CORRECTION: El Centro College Police Officer Injured in Shooting

One of two campus police officers in Dallas was shot as they tried to arrest a man for violating probation.

Read: Proper Ventilation on Campus Can Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Proper Ventilation on Campus Can Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Singing, talking and yelling in confined indoor spaces are some of the easiest ways your campus constituents can catch the coronavirus. HVAC systems can help mitigate the risk.

Read: President-Elect Biden Announces COVID-19 Response Strategy

President-Elect Biden Announces COVID-19 Response Strategy

One aspect of Biden’s COVID-19 response strategy is to fix the PPE problems “for good.”

Read: Survey: Video Surveillance Continues to Be a Valuable Tool for Campus Protection Pros

Survey: Video Surveillance Continues to Be a Valuable Tool for Campus Protection Pros

Schools, colleges and hospitals use their security cameras for everything from entrance/exit monitoring and visitor verification to market research and more. Here’s the latest data on campus video surveillance usage, maintenance and buying trends.

Read: Russian Hackers Planning More Cyber Attacks on U.S. Hospitals

Russian Hackers Planning More Cyber Attacks on U.S. Hospitals

At least ten hospitals are being targeted with ransomware, while nine facilities in six states have already been attacked.

Read: Sonoma Valley Hospital Security Incident Blamed on Ransomware

Sonoma Valley Hospital Security Incident Blamed on Ransomware

The security incident triggered a significant downtime event, according to the hospital.

Read: Portland State Delays the Disarming of Its Campus Safety Officers

Portland State Delays the Disarming of Its Campus Safety Officers

Although PSU officers will no longer carry firearms, they will continue to be sworn officers with investigative and arrest capabilities. They will carry Tasers.

Read: Director Embraces Standardization and Training to Achieve Top Notch Security

Director Embraces Standardization and Training to Achieve Top Notch Security

In only four years, CS Healthcare Director of the Year Eric Clay has transformed CoxHealth’s security department.

Read: Fire Department, Not Police, Will Now Transport Stanford Students on Psychiatric Holds

Fire Department, Not Police, Will Now Transport Stanford Students on Psychiatric Holds

Previously, Stanford University Department of Public Safety officers would transport students to the hospital who were experiencing mental health crises.

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