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Research

Read: Study Links Youth Suicide and Gun Owning Households

Study Links Youth Suicide and Gun Owning Households

Every day, an average of three youths between the ages of 10 and 19 die by firearm-related suicide, according to the study.

Read: Healthcare Security Pros: Take the IAHSS Crime Survey!

Healthcare Security Pros: Take the IAHSS Crime Survey!

The IAHSS questionnaire has been revised and will only take about 15 minutes to complete.

Read: College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

A recent study found between the 2001-2002 and 2015-2016 school years, 437 people were shot in 190 college campus shooting incidents.

Read: Study: Virginia Sees Increased School Bullying in Pro-Trump Areas

Study: Virginia Sees Increased School Bullying in Pro-Trump Areas

Researchers looked at areas in Virginia that predominately voted for President Trump and found there were higher rates of bullying in their schools.

Read: What is Synthetic Weed? Know the Side Effects, Street Names and More

What is Synthetic Weed? Know the Side Effects, Street Names and More

In August, more than 70 people overdosed near a park in New Haven, Conn., after consuming synthetic weed laced with fentanyl.

Read: Teen Vaping Jumps 10% in Past Year Alone, Survey Finds

Teen Vaping Jumps 10% in Past Year Alone, Survey Finds

The increase in teen vaping is the biggest one-year spike of any substance in the 44 years the Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey has been conducted.

Read: HHS Releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Best Practices

HHS Releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Best Practices

The voluntary guidance includes five current threats facing the healthcare industry and ten best practices for mitigating these threats.

Read: Study: Sexual Assault Cases Continue to Pose Challenges for Police

Study: Sexual Assault Cases Continue to Pose Challenges for Police

Although more sexual assault victims are speaking up, the clearance rate for these cases is at a historic low.

Read: Child Abuse Increases After Kids Get Report Cards, Study Suggests

Child Abuse Increases After Kids Get Report Cards, Study Suggests

A new study from researchers in Florida found that child abuse rises on Saturdays following report cards getting sent home on Fridays.

Read: Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Don’t have time to read the 180-page Federal Commission on School Safety final report? Here’s what’s important for school security professionals to know.

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