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Read: Kennesaw State Student Fatally Shot on Campus

Kennesaw State Student Fatally Shot on Campus

The female victim, 21-year-old Alasia Franklin, was killed following an on-campus dispute with an ex-boyfriend.

Read: Allegheny IU Security Director Uses First Responder Background to Improve School Safety

Allegheny IU Security Director Uses First Responder Background to Improve School Safety

This Director of the Year finalist shares how he uses his experience as a volunteer firefighter to foster relationships between school leaders, first responders, and other community leaders.

Read: UCLA Chancellor Survives No-Confidence Vote Prompted by Attacks on Pro-Palestine Protestors

UCLA Chancellor Survives No-Confidence Vote Prompted by Attacks on Pro-Palestine Protestors

More than four in 10 faculty members voted in favor of the no-confidence motion against UCLA Chancellor Gene Block, while 50% voted to censure him.

Read: Take the 2024 Campus Safety Weapons and Metal Detection Survey

Take the 2024 Campus Safety Weapons and Metal Detection Survey

We want your opinion on the technologies currently available on the market that screen for weapons, metal, and other threat objects.

Read: 3 Ways to Optimize School Safety While Embracing the Community

3 Ways to Optimize School Safety While Embracing the Community

After a massive earthquake, a renowned private school incorporated public spaces into its campus environment, designed usable spaces that are part of the natural environment, and developed layers of security that embrace the surrounding community.

Read: Sonoma State President to Retire After Voicing Support of Divesting from Israeli Universities

Sonoma State President to Retire After Voicing Support of Divesting from Israeli Universities

Sonoma State President Mike Lee was originally placed on leave for issuing a statement on Israeli divestments without “appropriate approvals.”

Read: Severe Storms Force Closure of Multiple Texas Schools and Colleges

Severe Storms Force Closure of Multiple Texas Schools and Colleges

At least four people were killed in the fierce thunderstorms that swept through Texas and Louisiana on Thursday.

Read: Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Calls on Colleges to Protect Pro-Palestine Protesters

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Calls on Colleges to Protect Pro-Palestine Protesters

A new CAIR report alleges free speech violations and rising Islamaphobia and anti-Palestinian racism at over 400 colleges.

Read: Drivers in Denver’s School Safety Zones Being Ticketed Less Than Before 2020

Drivers in Denver’s School Safety Zones Being Ticketed Less Than Before 2020

During the same time period, the number of traffic fatalities reached an all-time high.

Read: School Security Assessments: 4 Reasons Why Your Campus Should Hire an Outside Consultant

School Security Assessments: 4 Reasons Why Your Campus Should Hire an Outside Consultant

Having a “fresh set of eyes” can help identify long-present deficiencies, gaps, and vulnerabilities and prevent leaders from becoming habituated and desensitized.

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