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Read: FBI Releases UC Merced Student’s Manifesto for 2015 Stabbing Spree

FBI Releases UC Merced Student’s Manifesto for 2015 Stabbing Spree

The document includes a manifesto that consists of a 31-step handwritten plan detailing how the student planned to carry out the attack.

Read: Advisory Panel: Healthcare Workers, Nursing Home Residents Should Be Vaccinated First

Advisory Panel: Healthcare Workers, Nursing Home Residents Should Be Vaccinated First

If the FDA approves Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines, about 20 million people will be able to receive the first round of shots by the end of the year.

Read: Campus Safety Nominations for 2021 Director of the Year Due December 14

Campus Safety Nominations for 2021 Director of the Year Due December 14

We want to hear about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

A school’s computer network, P.A. system and phone system are down due to a power outage and the temperature is dropping. What would you do?

Read: COVID Conspiracy Theorists Try to Sneak Into Utah ICU to See If Its Full

COVID Conspiracy Theorists Try to Sneak Into Utah ICU to See If Its Full

Utah Valley Hospital is also experiencing a significant increase in callers asking if the ICU is actually full.

Read: Some New York City Schools to Reopen

Some New York City Schools to Reopen

However, most middle schools and high schools in New York City will continue with distance learning until further notice.

Read: Top 10 Cities for Package Theft in 2020

Top 10 Cities for Package Theft in 2020

Nearly 1 in 2 Americans have experienced package theft this year, marking a 10% increase compared to 2019, according to a recent survey.

Read: Don’t Use These Passwords

Don’t Use These Passwords

If you or anyone in your organization uses these passwords, change them immediately.

Read: 3 Ways to Stop Nurse Bullying at Your Healthcare Facility

3 Ways to Stop Nurse Bullying at Your Healthcare Facility

In one study, over 50% of nursing students reported seeing or experiencing nurse-on-nurse bullying during their clinical rotations.

Read: Relying on Existing Technology to Meet COVID-19 Safety Requirements

Relying on Existing Technology to Meet COVID-19 Safety Requirements

Schools and colleges are expected to implement specific COVID-19 safety protocols, yet many are working with significantly reduced budgets.

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