Here are just a few of the many 2017 stories Campus Safety’s editors believe deserve a second look.
Adopting Smart Card Access Control Is Easier Than You Think
Hospitals, schools and universities must be prepared for emergencies, and an instant notification system is a valuable tool that can help campuses respond quickly when disaster strikes.
K9s, therapy dogs and other four-legged friends can make your campus a safer and happier place.
School safety and security incidents don’t just happen when class is in session. Will your coaches, sponsors and directors know how to respond?
Join Campus Safety and Stanley Security on December 12th at 2pm EST for an informative discussion on Personal Safety & Security Response Strategies to Help Protect Your Healthcare Employees & Contractors.
Join Campus Safety and Axis Communications to discover the benefits of working closely with your technology vendors, get tips on starting from the beginning and understand the challenges of implementing a new security solution.
Hazing is a problem plaguing more than half of the nation’s fraternities and sororities, according to a survey by University of Maine researchers. Join us on November 16th to learn more.
A video surveillance camera expert gives his opinion on what affect more security cameras would’ve had during the Las Vegas shooting.
The education secretary indicated she would listen to all sides of the campus sexual violence debate, but is she truly open to retaining the positive parts of the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter?