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Read: Campus Safety Conferences Announce 2020 Call for Speakers

Campus Safety Conferences Announce 2020 Call for Speakers

Campus Safety magazine is accepting speaker proposals for next summer’s 7th annual Campus Safety Conferences, held in Las Vegas, Nev., Bethesda, Md., and San Antonio, Texas.

Research

Read: College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

A recent study found between the 2001-2002 and 2015-2016 school years, 437 people were shot in 190 college campus shooting incidents.

Resources

Read: Access Control and Lockdown Report: Exclusive Research

Access Control and Lockdown Report: Exclusive Research

Find out how your campus compares to the campuses of more than 400 K-12, university and healthcare protection professionals who participated in this survey. Does your campus face similar challenges?

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Read: Dozens of UCLA, UC Berkeley Buildings Deemed ‘Seismically Deficient’

Dozens of UCLA, UC Berkeley Buildings Deemed ‘Seismically Deficient’

Sixty-two examined UC Berkeley buildings pose a “serious” risk to life and have a “poor” chance of remaining intact in the event of a large earthquake.

Read: 15 Items Your Hurricane Emergency Kit Should Include

15 Items Your Hurricane Emergency Kit Should Include

FEMA offers a list of items your hurricane emergency kit should include, plus recommended actions you should take before, during and after a hurricane.

Read: Dealing with Crisis

Dealing with Crisis

Chief William Evans, former Commissioner of the Boston Police Department, will talk about dealing with inner-city violence as well as dealing with major challenges as The Boston Marathon bombings, Occupy Boston and numerous protests.

Read: Campus Security Burnout: Who Is Helping the Helpers?

Campus Security Burnout: Who Is Helping the Helpers?

The enormity of campus security and safety problems can be overwhelming for protection professionals. What are you doing to take care of yourself?

Read: Why Emergency Radio Communication Enhancement Systems (ERCES)?

Why Emergency Radio Communication Enhancement Systems (ERCES)?

In an emergency, we depend on First Responders to mitigate the problem and help survivors. Buildings can weaken the radio signals that First Responders rely on to orchestrate emergency responses, evacuations, and other life-saving protocols.

Read: Responding to Homecoming Safety Issues with Alternative Data

Responding to Homecoming Safety Issues with Alternative Data

Security professionals are increasingly turning to alternative data sources to help improve their understanding of the threat landscape.

Read: 7 School Security Plan Features You Should Evaluate

7 School Security Plan Features You Should Evaluate

This interactive survey from the Department of Homeland Security will help you assess your school security plan while giving suggestions on ways to improve.

Read: Active Shooter Gunshot Detection Guide: When Seconds Count

Active Shooter Gunshot Detection Guide: When Seconds Count

Early detection can trigger a host of responses including alerting occupants to the location where shots were fired while triggering building alarms.

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