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Read: Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with Multisensor Detection

Improving Fire System Performance and False Alarm Reduction with Multisensor Detection

Multisensor detection has the potential to reduce the number of false alarms by up to nearly 40%.

Read: New York No Longer Allows Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

New York No Longer Allows Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

The law goes into effect immediately but will give unvaccinated students up to 30 days after they enter school to prove they’re caught up.

Read: AI Robots Can Service Physical Security Workforces

AI Robots Can Service Physical Security Workforces

Robots can provide security personnel with another set of eyes and ears in many locations and notify them of emergency events.

Read: Ex-Janitor Charged for Bringing Gun to Milwaukee School, Injuring Student

Ex-Janitor Charged for Bringing Gun to Milwaukee School, Injuring Student

Two former St. Josaphat teachers also face one misdemeanor count each of failing to report child abuse or neglect after the incident.

Read: Wake Forest Univ. to Use ScheduleAnywhere for Officer, Staff Scheduling

Wake Forest Univ. to Use ScheduleAnywhere for Officer, Staff Scheduling

With ScheduleAnywhere, officers and staff can coordinate their schedules online from any computer or mobile device with internet access.

Read: Former MSU Dean Convicted of Neglect of Duty in Handling of Nassar

Former MSU Dean Convicted of Neglect of Duty in Handling of Nassar

William Strampel was also accused of sexually harassing his medical students while he was the Dean of Osteopathic Medicine at MSU.

Read: Student Sexual Assault Survivors Fight for Anonymity

Student Sexual Assault Survivors Fight for Anonymity

Colleges are demanding that courts release the names of sexual assault victims to the public because they claim anonymity hurts their defense.

Read: Alabama Forbids Free Speech Zones at Universities

Alabama Forbids Free Speech Zones at Universities

In the state of Alabama, most colleges oppose the law. Some lawmakers contend that student safety could be hindered because controversial speech that is not limited to free speech zones may lead to violence.

Read: A Closer Look at U.S. Hate Crime Statistics

A Closer Look at U.S. Hate Crime Statistics

Here’s a breakdown of hate crime data from both the FBI’s crime reporting program and the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ survey.

Read: Patient Fires Security Officer’s Stun Gun at S.C. Hospital Worker

Patient Fires Security Officer’s Stun Gun at S.C. Hospital Worker

Witnesses said the patient was becoming combative as hospital workers attempted to restrain him at Roper St. Francis Hospital.

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