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Emergency Management News

Read: Witness: Rancho Tehama Gunman Went to School to Kill Neighbor’s Son

Witness: Rancho Tehama Gunman Went to School to Kill Neighbor’s Son

A neighbor recalls hearing the gunman say he was going to kill his other neighbor’s 7-year-old son at the Rancho Tehama Elementary School.

Research

Read: The 15 Most Common Types of Hospital Security Officer Training

The 15 Most Common Types of Hospital Security Officer Training

Eight of the 15 hospital security officer training categories decreased in prevalence compared to four years ago.

Resources

Read: Use Government Best Practices When Preparing for Campus Emergencies

Use Government Best Practices When Preparing for Campus Emergencies

In this free whitepaper, learn how technology and system-wide solutions can help unite emergency management across not only a single campus, but also between satellite campuses

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Read: The Long Process of Arming Hospital Public Safety Officers

The Long Process of Arming Hospital Public Safety Officers

Here’s how Memorial Healthcare ensured its public safety officers properly use their firearms and developed stakeholder support.

Read: Rancho Tehama Staff, Students Praised for Saving Lives During Lockdown

Rancho Tehama Staff, Students Praised for Saving Lives During Lockdown

The superintendent says only eight to 10 seconds passed between the time the lockdown was completed and when the gunman began shooting at the school.

Read: Hawaii State Hospital Waited 10 Hours to Report Dangerous Escapee

Hawaii State Hospital Waited 10 Hours to Report Dangerous Escapee

The escapee had been acquitted of a 1979 murder by reason of insanity and was diagnosed with sexual sadism and necrophilia.

Read: Making the Case for Security Upgrades Using Metrics and Change Management

Making the Case for Security Upgrades Using Metrics and Change Management

Campus Safety Healthcare Director of the Year Jeff Hauk applied a metrics-driven approach and a positive attitude about change to implement massive improvements to Memorial Healthcare’s security.

Read: UPDATE: 6 Dead, Students Injured in Tehama County Shooting Rampage

UPDATE: 6 Dead, Students Injured in Tehama County Shooting Rampage

The gunman’s family says he had “no business” owning firearms as he struggled with mental health and random bouts of anger.

Read: Ind. Hospital Swears in 9 Officers for Startup Police Department

Ind. Hospital Swears in 9 Officers for Startup Police Department

Before the new police department was added, the Community Hospital Anderson had to rely on officers from local communities for security.

Read: Stabbing at Winston-Salem State Leads to Lockdown

Stabbing at Winston-Salem State Leads to Lockdown

The victim, a 20-year-old student at the North Carolina college, was taken to a nearby hospital and is listed in stable condition.

Read: Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Houses of worship may seem like sanctuaries from common security threats and so security providers must address potential objections unique to the market.

Read: Suspected Gunman at Large After USC Upstate Shooting, Lockdown

Suspected Gunman at Large After USC Upstate Shooting, Lockdown

The man was shot in the arm and taken to a hospital where police say his account of the incident changed and he is no longer cooperating with authorities.

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