Last week, a non-violent patient was placed in handcuffs when she refused to leave Legacy Emanuel Medical Center’s emergency room after being discharged.
The newly unsealed complaint includes testimony by several Ohio State University employees who said the school knew for years about the sexual abuse allegations against OSU’s former team doctor.
The former Brunswick, New Jersey, school security director faced allegations of racism before he was hired by the district.
This two-day event will cover topics concerning lessons learned from COVID-19 and issues related to the re-opening of campuses.
There are unique implications for how 911 calls are handled within schools and hospital settings. Our 911 experts will help you understand how you can address these challenges, meet E911 regulations and protect your users.
There have been at least 50 vehicle-ramming incidents since late May when protests erupted across the country after George Floyd’s in-custody death.
Reacting to an unforeseen security issue used to be the only option, but combining modern technologies can change that.
ABLOY USA’s new Traffic Enclosure Locks can adapt mechanically and electromechanically and are built with tamper-proof features.
Healthcare manufacturers can list their company contact info and the products they have to offer to address COVID-19 needs. Healthcare providers, government emergency management agencies, and first-responder organizations can then search for manufacturers who can supply them the products they may be looking for.
George Floyd’s death has prompted calls for campuses to “defund the police” and/or sever ties with local law enforcement, but are those moves knee-jerk reactions that will backfire?