Now in its tenth year, the Campus Safety Conferences deliver timely, actionable information and offer meaningful networking opportunities for campus protection professionals.
Here’s how campus public safety departments can ensure red flag laws are correctly applied and comply with the Second Amendment.
OCR investigated how Troy University in Alabama responded to a student’s requests for pregnancy-related adjustments.
Appropriate wages and training are just some of the ways hospitals, schools, and universities can attract and keep security officers.
LGBTQ+ students sued the Education Department alleging Title IX exemptions for religious colleges allowed them to face discrimination.
This summer’s Campus Safety Conferences will be held in Henderson, Nevada, July 10-12, and Dallas, Texas, July 31 – August 2.
This free webcast will discuss how campus public safety leaders can effectively incorporate things like the Clery Act, Title IX, customer service, ‘helicopter’ parents, and more into their safety plans and strategies.
Most of the nearly 19,000 complaints filed with the Department of Education allege discrimination based on disability, race, and sex.
The whistleblower lawsuit accuses President Soraya Coley of trying to block several probes to protect the school’s reputation and preserve her job.
The former employee says he notified Liberty officials and police about the school’s violations of the law and was fired for doing so.