That’s a wrap on the 2019 Campus Safety Conferences! Here’s a peek at some of the things we saw and heard at the event this week.
Police officials worked with consultants to help design the building to resist a terrorist attack and isolate potential hazards.
FIRSTSight uses a combination of 24/7 social media security monitoring and a team of analysts to identify potential threats and alert school officials.
Check out this year’s top campus public safety, security, emergency management and fire/life safety products – the CS 2019 BEST Award Winners!
This webinar will inform participants what compassion fatigue is and what factors lead to it.
Two classmates shared that the shooter had a troubled past in high school that could have prevented him from being allowed to purchase a weapon.
The use of vehicles as tools of destruction has become one of the top security concerns for public spaces. Barriers and fences can help keep crowds safe.
Here’s how provisioning your credentials onto smart phones can improve security and campus customer experience.
Here are some of the current violent extremism trends in America, as well as the organizations that are most active right now on college campuses.
CS’ latest survey finds that overall demand for emergency notification solutions has increased to 57%, compared to 51% in 2017