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Read: Oregon Security Officer Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor for Stopping School Shooting

Oregon Security Officer Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor for Stopping School Shooting

Keanon Lowe received the medal of honor for disarming the student.

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Read: Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Taking a Community-Based Approach to Campus Mental Health

Universities are identifying innovative ways to reduce the stigma of getting help for mental health issues.

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Read: How Panic Alarms Can Improve School Security

How Panic Alarms Can Improve School Security

Panic buttons or duress alarms can be used by teachers, administrators and other school employees to summon immediate help for medical emergencies, as well as active shooter incidents, inclement weather, intruders and more.

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Read: How UNLV Police Established Its Homeless Outreach Unit

How UNLV Police Established Its Homeless Outreach Unit

The primary mission of the unit is to connect both the student and non-student homeless population with available resources in surrounding communities.

Read: Microsoft Azure Announces Top Priority Customers During Coronavirus Outbreak

Microsoft Azure Announces Top Priority Customers During Coronavirus Outbreak

COVID-19 has prompted Microsoft Azure to designate first responders, health and emergency management services, critical government infrastructure and remote workers as the company’s top priority during the crisis.

Read: COVID-19 Sample Notifications for K-12 and College Campuses

COVID-19 Sample Notifications for K-12 and College Campuses

These scenario-based notifications, provided by an attorney, include sample messaging for if someone in your campus community tests positive for the virus.

Read: Online Extremists Urge Followers to Incite Panic During COVID-19 Crisis

Online Extremists Urge Followers to Incite Panic During COVID-19 Crisis

Extremist groups are pushing accelerationism, a theory that believes carrying out attacks against minorities will allow for the building of a “racially pure nation.”

Read: Lessons Learned from 6 Higher Education Emergency Managers

Lessons Learned from 6 Higher Education Emergency Managers

Emergency managers from Kennesaw State, Cal State Fullerton, Rice University, the University of Central Oklahoma, Gonzaga University and Boston College share their strategies for success.

Read: Axis Unveils Body-Worn Camera

Axis Unveils Body-Worn Camera

Designed and engineered in-house, the new Axis solution is geared for use by law enforcement and private security personnel.

Read: BriefCam Announces Improved Video Analytics Capabilities

BriefCam Announces Improved Video Analytics Capabilities

The new capabilities include license plate recognition, people counting and a mobile app, among others.

Read: How Remote Global Security Operations Centers Can Help Campuses Navigate Times of Crisis

How Remote Global Security Operations Centers Can Help Campuses Navigate Times of Crisis

Virtual GSOCs and EOCs can be leveraged to address gaps in the protection of all types of organizations in the event of a partial or full shutdown.

Read: OCR Issues Guidance to Help Ensure First Responders and Others Receive Protected Health Information about Individuals Exposed to COVID-19

OCR Issues Guidance to Help Ensure First Responders and Others Receive Protected Health Information about Individuals Exposed to COVID-19

Here’s how covered entities may disclose protected health information about an individual who’s infected with or exposed to COVID-19 to law enforcement, paramedics, other first responders, and public health authorities.

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