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Read: Achieving Metal Detection Optimization

Achieving Metal Detection Optimization

Answering the following seven questions will put you on the path toward properly installing and using today’s metal detection technology.

Read: What the Writing on the Wall Can Tell You

What the Writing on the Wall Can Tell You

Because gang graffiti isn’t going away anytime soon, understanding and interpreting this phenomenon can help your campus better deal with its implications for your community.

Read: Design Your Way to a Graffiti-Free Campus

Design Your Way to a Graffiti-Free Campus

You might not have the ability or resources to directly influence the root causes of gang activity, but there are some environmental design techniques that dissuade taggers from displaying their street art at your hospital, school or university.

Read: Data Breach Prevention: 13 Best Practices You Should Implement

Data Breach Prevention: 13 Best Practices You Should Implement

According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, between Jan. 3 and June 11, there were 71 reported data breaches at our nation’s healthcare and education campuses, and the frequency of these types of incidents only seems to be on the rise. Here are 13 ways your campus can stem the tide.

Read: ‘Sorry’ Seems to be the Hardest Word

‘Sorry’ Seems to be the Hardest Word

The individuals I respect most aren’t necessarily the ones who are always right but those who recognize they’ve made a mistake, apologize and change their behavior. If your campus isn’t accustomed to this type of soul searching, perhaps you should start.

Read: Sample Text-Message Alerts From UCLA

Sample Text-Message Alerts From UCLA

A large group of campus emergency managers from around the nation have developed the following prototype mass notification text messages. The samples listed below are used by UCLA.

Read: Hospital Security Still Flying Under the Radar

Hospital Security Still Flying Under the Radar

Read: Editor’s Desk: Making Sense of Mass Notification

Editor’s Desk: Making Sense of Mass Notification

Read: CS Mass Notification Study: 68% of Campuses Upgrading Alert Systems

CS Mass Notification Study: 68% of Campuses Upgrading Alert Systems

Read Campus Safety magazine's April 2008 Mass Notification Study to find out what percentage of students are signing up to receive e-mail and text-message alerts.

Read: Can You Hear Me Now?

Can You Hear Me Now?

Most likely, non-emergency communications equipment and traditional mass notification systems are already in place at your institution. With some adjustments, these, combined with newly installed solutions, might be able to provide much of the coverage your institution needs during a disaster.

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