Emergency Management

Read: 18 Months Without A Fire Drill: How Your Emergency Exercises Can Make A Come Back

18 Months Without A Fire Drill: How Your Emergency Exercises Can Make A Come Back

Pro tips and key considerations to make the most of your safety drills as students return to face-to-face classes.

Read: COVID Now the Leading Cause of U.S. Law Enforcement Deaths

COVID Now the Leading Cause of U.S. Law Enforcement Deaths

In the first half of this year, 71 members of U.S. law enforcement agencies died of COVID-19.

Read: Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Campus Response Teams and Active Shooters

Active shooters are challenging for the CRT model, so these teams must be provided with clear, pragmatic and obtainable objectives.

Read: Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging UMass Vaccine Mandate

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging UMass Vaccine Mandate

The judge noted that the University of Massachusetts has a strong interest in stemming the spread of COVID-19.

Read: Parents Voice Preferences Regarding Vaccines and Masks for Children

Parents Voice Preferences Regarding Vaccines and Masks for Children

About twice as many parents whose child’s school encouraged vaccination report that their child is vaccinated compared to those whose schools did not.

Read: ‘Take the Shot, Save a Life’ Program Addresses Vaccine Hesitancy in Students

‘Take the Shot, Save a Life’ Program Addresses Vaccine Hesitancy in Students

This new program enables youth and young adults to educate their peers on the safety and necessity of COVID-19 vaccines, as well as encourage them to “take the shot.”

Read: Shocking Incidents Caught on Security Cameras

Shocking Incidents Caught on Security Cameras

Check out these videos of some recent dramatic incidents.

Read: Northern Virginia Community College Houses Hundreds of Afghan Refugees

Northern Virginia Community College Houses Hundreds of Afghan Refugees

Volunteers drum up donations for Afghans residing temporarily on the college campus.

Read: Active Shooter Expert, Former Prosecutor to Keynote This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference

Active Shooter Expert, Former Prosecutor to Keynote This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference

Katherine Schweit, who is author of the FBI’s seminal research ‘A Study of 160 Active Shooter Incidents in the United States, 2000 – 2013,’ will present ‘The Mass Shooting Contagion Dilemma’ at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.

Read: Study Finds Guns Lead to More Violent Protests

Study Finds Guns Lead to More Violent Protests

A new study has found that armed protests are six times more likely to turn violent than protests without guns.

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