As the date to reopen schools gets closer, be sure your campus can address the risks and threats of violence created or exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown.
It is important to choose words carefully when dealing with a combative person, and there are certain phrases that should be avoided altogether.
Public safety professionals who protect our country’s campuses deserve continued recognition as we navigate this pandemic together.
Here are some issues schools, universities and healthcare facilities need to consider now that states and local governments are attempting to reopen the economy and ease COVID-19 restrictions.
First responders, clinicians, educators, counselors and others in the helping professions can be vulnerable to compassion fatigue. Here’s how you can take care of yourself during these troubling times.
Investing in a mobile safety app for your campus could help keep 911 dispatch centers from being inundated with non-emergency calls.
Siemens has organized a full-scale production network that will manufacture 25,000 new face shields a week for the Georgia Emergency Management Agency to supply to hospitals across the state in need.
Here are just a few of the people, organizations and businesses that are making generous donations and sacrifices in our fight against COVID-19.
Schools, churches and even groups of friends are taking to Zoom, Webex, Microsoft Teams, BlueJeans and other videoconferencing apps to catch up on lost instruction time, hear the latest sermon or just hang out with family and friends.
As Alyssa’s Law inches closer to becoming legislation in Florida, do you know what key features to look for in a mobile panic alarm system?