While 42% of college students needed help for emotional or mental health problems in the last year, over 60% noted they’ve never received counseling or therapy.
In order to future-proof an organization, campus stakeholders must understand where to start and what the possibilities can be when it comes to managing access.
Building a staffing model that brings a part or full-time crisis planning position into the K-12 organizational structure will better protect schools.
Enhanced communications, increased accessibility, and improved discharge processes are some ways hospitals can show empathy and subsequently improve safety.
The number of metal detectors and screeners needed for a full screen of students is logistically nearly impossible and a cost-prohibitive task.
Here are five ways your campus can ensure students and staff know what they are supposed to do in the event of an emergency.
Four out of 10 teachers are considering quitting because they don’t feel safe at work, and 82% of them would like to change jobs within the next six months.
The ability to tell if a person is carrying a concealed gun, knife or other weapon could save a life. Here are seven signs someone may be concealing a weapon.
Providing accurate information to both first responders and on-site personnel is essential during a hospital emergency, and there are technologies that can help.
Female security officers have different experiences and perspectives, which allow them to see safety and security needs from a different angle.