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Read: ‘How Safe Is Your Campus?’ Survey Results: K-12 Schools and Districts

‘How Safe Is Your Campus?’ Survey Results: K-12 Schools and Districts

Although school police and security’s relationships with outside agencies are well developed, a lack staffing and weapons poses challenges.

Read: Team Colors on Beer Cans Change Student Perceptions of Alcohol Risks

Team Colors on Beer Cans Change Student Perceptions of Alcohol Risks

Read: ‘Hypertexting’ Teens More Likely to Engage in Sex

‘Hypertexting’ Teens More Likely to Engage in Sex

Crime Spike Prompts U. of Illinois to Increase Patrols, Install Cameras

Read: District Introduces 24 Hour Safety Hotline Following Violent Incidents

District Introduces 24 Hour Safety Hotline Following Violent Incidents

CDC: 1 in 10 U.S. Children Has ADHD

Read: ‘How Safe Is Your Campus?’ Survey Results: Technology

‘How Safe Is Your Campus?’ Survey Results: Technology

Study shows that many campuses are still struggling with the quality, coverage and implementation of their video surveillance, access control, mass notification and emergency communications solutions.

School Security System Identifies Pedophile

Responding to Teen Suicide Clusters

Read: ‘How Safe Is Your Campus?’ Survey Results: Officer Salaries

‘How Safe Is Your Campus?’ Survey Results: Officer Salaries

For universities and hospitals, staffing and salary results are mixed, with two in five respondents saying their departments hired additional employees in 2010. K-12 campuses and districts, however, continue to struggle.

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