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Read: Nursing Home Fined for Not Preventing Patient from Jumping Out of Window

Nursing Home Fined for Not Preventing Patient from Jumping Out of Window

The June 1 incident happened after the man threatened to climb out of a second-story window of the Iroquois Nursing Home.

Read: UNC Campus Safety Commission Disbands Over Disputes with Admins

UNC Campus Safety Commission Disbands Over Disputes with Admins

Six members of the commission, formed to improve community relations with campus police, said most of their recommendations haven’t been implemented.

Read: Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Here are some of the lessons learned from college campus public safety and security executives who have responded to recent protests and riots.

Read: Florida Appeals Court Temporarily OKs Ban on School Mask Mandates

Florida Appeals Court Temporarily OKs Ban on School Mask Mandates

The judge previously deemed local school districts’ mask mandates are limited and reasonable, and are exempted under the state’s “Parents’ Bill of Rights” law.

Read: Indiana Awards $19 Million Under Secured School Safety Grant Program

Indiana Awards $19 Million Under Secured School Safety Grant Program

The funding will go towards SROs, student and parent support services programs, and active event warning services, among other things.

Read: Fire Protection: Safeguarding Historic Structures with Advanced Smoke Detection

Fire Protection: Safeguarding Historic Structures with Advanced Smoke Detection

Open-area Smoke Imaging Detection (OSID) offers early warning in high, voluminous spaces without intrusive ceiling mount

Read: Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

Read: Johnson Controls Partners with UL, SafeTraces to Assess K-12 Indoor Air Quality

Johnson Controls Partners with UL, SafeTraces to Assess K-12 Indoor Air Quality

The Healthy Building program assessment includes HVAC system inspection, air quality testing, and ventilation assessment, among other things.

Read: Kagan Denies Student’s Request to Block Suspension Over Sexual Assault Claim

Kagan Denies Student’s Request to Block Suspension Over Sexual Assault Claim

The 15-year-old was suspended under the Title IX emergency removal provision after his ex-girlfriend claimed he sexually assaulted her.

Read: Los Angeles Public K-12 Schools to Require Student COVID-19 Vaccinations

Los Angeles Public K-12 Schools to Require Student COVID-19 Vaccinations

LAUSD’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate applies to all students who are age 12 or older.

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