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Read: 8 Ways to Help New College Students Feel Safe on Campus

8 Ways to Help New College Students Feel Safe on Campus

Visibility, transparency and collaboration with other services are just a few ways to encourage new students to proactively think about their safety on campus.

Read: What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

Emergency communications are complex and require sophisticated tools to generate effective results.

Read: Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Here are four steps that should be taken when establishing or improving a school security plan.

Read: Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

College campus phone systems fall under the RAY BAUM’s Act which requires all 911 calls to include a dispatchable location.

Read: Let’s Try to Be Understanding with Everyone Who Responded to Uvalde

Let’s Try to Be Understanding with Everyone Who Responded to Uvalde

When a tragedy like Uvalde happens, it’s hard to remember that most campus administrators and public safety officials want to do the right thing.

Read: 5 Ways Classroom Design Influences Student Behavior, Achievement

5 Ways Classroom Design Influences Student Behavior, Achievement

Color, furniture, lighting and other elements of a classroom’s layout are the bedrock for classroom management and fostering a sense of security that promotes student achievement.

Read: Locking Lessons Learned from Uvalde

Locking Lessons Learned from Uvalde

Here are some of the leading classroom door locking practices schools can adopt to effectively mitigate an active shooter attack.

Read: Police Chief Shares Lessons Learned from Recent Bomb Threats Against HBCUs

Police Chief Shares Lessons Learned from Recent Bomb Threats Against HBCUs

North Carolina A&T State University Chief of Police Jermaine Cherry shares how his campus handled a recent bomb threat and how preparations helped mitigate its effect.

Read: Prevention Training Matters More than Response in the Fight Against Active Shooters

Prevention Training Matters More than Response in the Fight Against Active Shooters

Threat assessment training should be provided to anyone in any community, not just to campus behavioral intervention team members.

Read: 3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

3 Things Your School District Needs to Consider When Planning for Natural Disasters

It is imperative schools plan for severe weather as it is estimated that 94% of students live in communities at risk for natural disasters.

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