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Zach Winn, Senior Web Editor

Zach Winn is a journalist living in the Boston area. He was previously a reporter for Wicked Local and graduated from Keene State College in 2014, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in journalism and minoring in political science.

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Read: 5 Ways Campus Police Officers and Traditional Police Officers Differ

5 Ways Campus Police Officers and Traditional Police Officers Differ

Campus police and traditional police have a lot in common, but that doesn’t mean they’re the same.

Read: 5 Critical Steps To Create an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) At Your School

5 Critical Steps To Create an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) At Your School

Schools need to get these steps right to write an effective emergency operations plan (EOP), and they all occur before putting pen to paper.

Read: 4 Types of Bullying All Parents Should Be Aware Of

4 Types of Bullying All Parents Should Be Aware Of

Here is a quick guide on the types of bullying that could be going on in your child’s school. More importantly, we give you some tools to stop it.

Read: Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Collaborating with local Fusion Centers can be an invaluable way for schools and hospitals to bolster their security operations.

Read: How to Adopt a Clear Bag Policy For Your Events

How to Adopt a Clear Bag Policy For Your Events

The University of Nebraska made a smooth transition to a clear bag policy last year.

Read: The Most Common School Security Systems Required By States

The Most Common School Security Systems Required By States

School security systems requirements vary among states across the country. Here’s a list of the most common in each state.

Read: Blackboard Official Talks About Company’s Security Management System at CSC East

Blackboard Official Talks About Company’s Security Management System at CSC East

The presentation, titled Not All Security Systems Are Created Equal, kicked off day one of the event.

Read: A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

A Guide for Conducting Threat Assessments in Schools

This breakdown can be used by school officials to improve or create their own threat assessment programs on campus.

Read: Calls For National School Security Guidance Grow As State Requirements Scrutinized

Calls For National School Security Guidance Grow As State Requirements Scrutinized

Advocates say a new study on school facility security standards supports the demand for more guidance.

Read: More Schools Paying for Abuse Victims’ Therapy

More Schools Paying for Abuse Victims’ Therapy

Advocates say the therapy is a way to show the school cares about the healing process of abuse survivors.

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