Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: Is MS-13 on Your Campus?

Is MS-13 on Your Campus?

Your school or institution of higher education might have MS-13 members on campus. Here’s how you can address this issue.

Research

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.

Resources

Read: [Webinar] Storm Ready: Getting Your School Ready for Severe Weather

[Webinar] Storm Ready: Getting Your School Ready for Severe Weather

 This session will walk participants through a risk-based preparedness process that will let you know how prepared your school is for severe weather threats.

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Read: Concealed Carry Laws and Permit Numbers by State

Concealed Carry Laws and Permit Numbers by State

As concealed carry on campus continues to be a controversial topic, here’s a breakdown of common terminology, laws, requirements and permits issued by state.

Read: Effective Mass Notification Can Influence Campus Community Response to Emergencies

Effective Mass Notification Can Influence Campus Community Response to Emergencies

The NFPA improved the requirements of the “Fire Alarm and Signaling Code” to create a meaningful and effective method for reaching its intended audience during a crisis.

Read: Robocalls Are Inundating Hospitals, Putting Patients at Risk

Robocalls Are Inundating Hospitals, Putting Patients at Risk

In April 2018, Tufts Medical Center in Boston received 4,500 robocalls in just two hours, severely disrupting critical hospital communications.

Read: Hurley, Johnson, Markham and Reed Named 2019 Directors of the Year

Hurley, Johnson, Markham and Reed Named 2019 Directors of the Year

Congratulations to the 2019 Director of the Year winners!

Read: Officials Consider Demolishing Columbine High School

Officials Consider Demolishing Columbine High School

This past year alone, which marked 20 years since the shooting, more than 2,400 unauthorized visitors have attempted to access the campus.

Read: 37% of Potential Elder Abuse Cases Aren’t Reported to Law Enforcement

37% of Potential Elder Abuse Cases Aren’t Reported to Law Enforcement

A report from the Department of Health also found 1 in 5 cases of potential elder abuse aren’t reported to state inspection agencies.

Read: 5 Qualities Your School Violence Prevention Program Grant Applications Should Include

5 Qualities Your School Violence Prevention Program Grant Applications Should Include

Here’s what the DOJ is looking for and how to make your SVPP grant application can stand out from the crowd.

Read: At This School, Campus Safety Has Gone to the Dogs

At This School, Campus Safety Has Gone to the Dogs

This Tennessee middle school has retained the services of a retired K-9. Check out how the school incorporates this special dog to improve overall campus safety.

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