Research

Read: Study: California’s ‘Red Flag’ Law Has Helped Prevent Mass Shootings

Study: California’s ‘Red Flag’ Law Has Helped Prevent Mass Shootings

The new study shows the importance of having the means to get guns out of the hands of dangerous people before it’s too late.

Read: More Campuses Plan on Investing in Emergency Notification

More Campuses Plan on Investing in Emergency Notification

CS’ latest survey finds that overall demand for emergency notification solutions has increased to 57%, compared to 51% in 2017

Read: 3x as Many Girls Report Being Cyberbullied Than Boys

3x as Many Girls Report Being Cyberbullied Than Boys

Twenty-one percent of girls in middle and high schools reported being bullied online or over texts while less than 7% of boys reported being cyberbullied.

Read: Study Finds Victims Aren’t Affected by Police Body Cams

Study Finds Victims Aren’t Affected by Police Body Cams

In 98% of interactions where officers wore cameras, victims did not visibly react to being recorded, even when being told they were being filmed. 

Read: How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

Recent data from the Indicators of School Crime and Safety found a 315% increase in K-12 public schools that have security cameras.

Read: Statistics You Should Know: Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Statistics You Should Know: Workplace Violence in Healthcare

Although 75% of all workplace assaults occur in healthcare settings, only 30% of nurses and 26% of physicians have reported workplace violence incidents.

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.

Read: Study: 4 Lessons Learned from Examining SROs in Middle Schools

Study: 4 Lessons Learned from Examining SROs in Middle Schools

The study explores several factors, including school admissions and grade-level proficiency, that could be affecting school safety.

Read: UTSA Study: Vaping Linked to Adolescent Delinquency

UTSA Study: Vaping Linked to Adolescent Delinquency

The study found that in some cases, vaping is linked to a higher risk of delinquency than traditional substance abuse.

Read: Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Rate Up, Property Crime Rate Down in 2018

Survey: Hospital Violent Crime Rate Up, Property Crime Rate Down in 2018

The latest IAHSS stats highlight both positive and negative trends in hospital crime and include data on ransomware attacks for the first time.

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