The Clery Act forces higher ed top brass to pay attention to campus public safety, emergency management and security issues rather than sweep them under the rug.
Additionally, the coronavirus has prompted the shuttering of several large urban school districts.
Although cell phones have become incredibly useful mass notification tools, emergency managers need to consider a variety of alert technologies.
The previous article that criticizes the Clery Act misrepresents the purpose and function of the law’s requirements.
A brief overview of today’s school security options and how to efficiently unify communications to work with your school’s safety and security protocol.
Software add-ons enabled this small New York school district to leverage existing legacy technologies, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Consider asking these questions when you review emergency notification services or panic button apps to ensure the service you select will perform when your district and community needs it.
Understanding these common employee types will help your organization design an effective a digital signage strategy.
Colleges and school districts are grappling with phony posts about the outbreak.
A new research report from LiveSafe, the leader in risk intelligence and reporting, brings you inside the latest expert thinking on detection and prevention strategies for targeted acts of violence.