Robin Hattersley-Gray's Latest Posts

Read: Here’s to You Mr. Robinson

Here’s to You Mr. Robinson

Alan Robinson, director of protection and security services for Morristown, N.J.-based Atlantic Health beat out some stiff competition to capture the first annual Campus Safety Director of the Year/Healthcare award. Discover what made him a winner.

Read: Torn Between 2 Winners

Torn Between 2 Winners

Read: Extreme Makeover: Hospital Edition

Extreme Makeover: Hospital Edition

Forsyth Medical Center’s Director of Public Safety Tony Potter describes the impressive overhaul his department has undergone to address the facility’s expansion plans and evolving security concerns.

Read: A Better View for SMU

A Better View for SMU

Southern Methodist University’s upgraded DVR system allows police to centrally monitor campus activities, deterring would-be criminals and providing peace of mind to students, staff and visitors.

Read: How Much Are Your Campus Officers Worth?

How Much Are Your Campus Officers Worth?

Campus Safety‘s second annual salary survey verifies what many have suspected all along: Starting salaries for campus police officers are often much less than their counterparts in traditional police departments. Despite these numbers, nine out of 10 decision-makers say they are satisfied with their careers.

Read: Finding Funds for Your Equipment, Programs and People (Part 1 of 2)

Finding Funds for Your Equipment, Programs and People (Part 1 of 2)

Although budgets for campus safety and security can be tight, school districts, universities and hospitals that do their homework, are creative and are diligent can find a wide variety of grants, funding and other resources. Here’s Part I of Campus Safety magazine’s investigation on how these institutions can pay for their projects.

Read: Sometimes Fear Is Not Our Friend

Sometimes Fear Is Not Our Friend

Read: In Honor of 9/11, Let’s Keep It Real

In Honor of 9/11, Let’s Keep It Real

Read: They Want Their CCTV

They Want Their CCTV

When officials at a Montana hospital began planning for the expansion of their camera surveillance system, they didn’t need to convince the nurses or employees that the upgrade was a good idea. Although crime isn’t an issue at the center, staff members embraced the notion that improved CCTV coverage would mean even greater safety and security for facility personnel, patients, visitors and assets.

Read: Get Into the Swing of Parking Access Control

Get Into the Swing of Parking Access Control

Vehicle access control systems are sturdier, faster and more reliable than ever. Campus parking professionals familiar with the latest gate technology, as well as the security and safety issues involved, should have little trouble finding the right gate system for their applications.

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