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Read: UCLA Pays Over $3.5M to Settle James Heaps Sexual Assault Allegations

UCLA Pays Over $3.5M to Settle James Heaps Sexual Assault Allegations

The former UCLA gynecologist has pleaded not guilty to the allegations and said he will not contribute any money to the settlement.

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Read: Arapahoe Shooting Report Highlights Flaws in District’s Threat Assessment Process

Arapahoe Shooting Report Highlights Flaws in District’s Threat Assessment Process

Report concludes there were missed opportunities that might have prevented the death of Claire Davis.

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Read: Stay in Control – Don’t Let a Crisis Define Your Reputation

Stay in Control – Don’t Let a Crisis Define Your Reputation

Crisis response can be a weak point in the overall campus safety strategy. Attend Stay in Control – Don’t Let a Crisis Define Your Reputation to optimize your crisis response.

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Read: Choking Teacher Saved by Quick-Thinking 5th Grader

Choking Teacher Saved by Quick-Thinking 5th Grader

The boy said he had been watching YouTube videos on the Heimlich maneuver just days prior to the incident.

Read: UNC Charlotte Student Confronted Gunman Before Losing Life

UNC Charlotte Student Confronted Gunman Before Losing Life

The 21-year-old student attempted to tackle the gunman and disarm him before losing his life at UNC Charlotte earlier this week.

Read: Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Safety officers at Loyola University Medical Center are being praised for helping a man who became aggressive due to a paradoxical reaction to a medication.

Read: 3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

Two of the victims were suffering from an opioid overdose until the officers revived them with an opioid reversal drug, Narcan.

Read: 7 Stories from 2018 to Help Restore Your Faith in Humanity

7 Stories from 2018 to Help Restore Your Faith in Humanity

Here’s a round-up of our favorite feel-good stories from 2018 to ring in the New Year with a positive outlook on mankind.

Read: LA/Orange County IAHSS Names Mike Zendejas Healthcare Security Officer of the Year

LA/Orange County IAHSS Names Mike Zendejas Healthcare Security Officer of the Year

In addition to Zendejas, 22 other healthcare security officers were honored last month.

Read: New Jersey Mother’s ‘Gut Feeling’ Stops Potential Shooting in Kentucky

New Jersey Mother’s ‘Gut Feeling’ Stops Potential Shooting in Kentucky

After waking up to horrific Facebook messages from a man in Kentucky, a mother of three decided to alert police from 650 miles away.

Read: Hernando High Students Credited for Thwarting Possible School Shooting

Hernando High Students Credited for Thwarting Possible School Shooting

The student who made the threat admitted to police that he planned to carry out a shooting at Hernando High School the next day.

Read: The Heroes and Victims of the Florida School Shooting

The Heroes and Victims of the Florida School Shooting

As stories of heroism surrounding last week’s Parkland, Fla., school shooting continue to surface, we want to recognize the bravery of those who put the lives of others before their own.

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