A jury has determined that a Chicago hospital should pay more than $10 million to a female doctor and six nurses who filed a joint lawsuit for two separate incidents.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital changed over from contract to in-house security officers to improve the quality and control of its security department.
The results of a survey of more than 700 campus protection professionals reveals the median salaries for a wide range of K-12, university and healthcare public safety, security and emergency management personnel.
This issue features: So,Concealed Carry is Coming to Your Campus. Now What? Although allowing concealed carry at a school or university is fraught with perils, if your organization has chosen or been forced to allow guns on campus, the following practices will reduce this policy’s potential pitfalls. From Good to Great: How a Boston Hospital […]
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New tracking technology is now available to help campus officials make the best decisions and keep students and staff safe when severe weather strikes.