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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: 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.

Read: Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Read: Torn Between 2 Winners

Torn Between 2 Winners

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: Boldly Going Where No Call Box Has Gone Before

Boldly Going Where No Call Box Has Gone Before

With their ever-expanding responsibilities and campuses, hospital and university law enforcement departments turn to wireless emergency communication devices to extend their reach to remote areas and retrofit applications.

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

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

Although grants often are the funding sources campuses first consider, alternative resources are available if school, university and hospital law enforcement agencies know where to look. Community partnerships, equipment donations, fees, asset forfeitures and the repurposing of budgets are just some of the other ways they can support their institutions, departments and goals.

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: 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.

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