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Read: Cincinnati Healthcare Workers Endure Abuse During Pandemic

Cincinnati Healthcare Workers Endure Abuse During Pandemic

A local public health official said Cincinnati hospital employees are facing “physical violence, vile words, and downright cruel behavior.”

Read: Denver Public Schools Wants to Give Safety Officers Ability to Ticket Students

Denver Public Schools Wants to Give Safety Officers Ability to Ticket Students

Denver Public Schools created its own armed police force after cutting ties with the Denver Police and phasing out 18 SROs.

Read: 2 Middle School Students Arrested in Alleged Columbine-Style School Shooting Plot

2 Middle School Students Arrested in Alleged Columbine-Style School Shooting Plot

The 13- and 14-year-old male students had a map of the school, had conducted research on Columbine and attempted to buy weapons on the black market.

Read: 3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

The only way to start gaining ground in the cyber war is to instill a culture of security at every level.

Read: NYC Mayor Announces Crackdown on Speeding to Improve School Traffic Safety

NYC Mayor Announces Crackdown on Speeding to Improve School Traffic Safety

To reduce traffic accidents and injuries near schools, de Blasio is also calling for speed cameras to operate 24/7/365.

Read: Arrest Made After 4 False Bomb Threats at Buchholz High School

Arrest Made After 4 False Bomb Threats at Buchholz High School

Four bomb threats were made in less than three weeks, leading to evacuations and significant responses from local law enforcement.

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.

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