Public Safety

California College and University Police Chief Association Endorses Campus Safety Conference

New Jersey College Say GPS Cell Phones Are Mandatory for Students

Students Protest Finger Scans at U. of Northern B.C.

Bus Driver Arrested for DUI While Driving Students to a Game

2 Teens Charged in Murder of U. of Chicago Grad Student

Journalist Witnesses Security Breach at Hospital Days after New Policy

13-Year-Old Student Attempts Suicide at La. School

Canadian Hospital to Spend $500,000 in Security Upgrades

Department of Ed Issues Guidance on How to Balance Security, FERPA

Read: The Road to Competitive Salaries: 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back

The Road to Competitive Salaries: 2 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back

The results of the Third Annual Campus Safety Salary Survey are in, and the news is good for some, but not for others. This first half of our two-part series discusses how sworn officer pay appears to be on the rise, making it easier for the campus law enforcement community to attract quality sworn personnel. Starting pay for nonsworn officers, however, has decreased, and women and some minorities remain underrepresented.

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