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Read: University of Kentucky Invites People Who Want the Vaccine and People Who Don’t for COVID Transmission Study

University of Kentucky Invites People Who Want the Vaccine and People Who Don’t for COVID Transmission Study

UK is inviting adults between 18 and 29 who want to get vaccinated and those who don’t want to get vaccinated to participate in this paid study.

Read: Campus Safety Deep Dive: Access Control & Lockdown Special Report

Campus Safety Deep Dive: Access Control & Lockdown Special Report

Demand for access control, locks, visitor management and other solutions is on the rise, but the ability to lockdown is still a challenge.

Read: Video Surveillance Market Expected to Grow 14% This Year

Video Surveillance Market Expected to Grow 14% This Year

A new report forecasts a rapid recovery in demand for video surveillance in 2021 and beyond.

Read: Survey: Most College Students Support Vaccine Mandate for a Return to Campus, but a Strong Partisan Divide Exists

Survey: Most College Students Support Vaccine Mandate for a Return to Campus, but a Strong Partisan Divide Exists

Of the more than 2,000 college students across the U.S. polled, 69% support colleges requiring students to be vaccinated if they want to attend in-person classes, while only 24% oppose it; the remaining 7% don’t know.

Read: Survey: Campus Emergency Notification Systems Performed Well During the Pandemic

Survey: Campus Emergency Notification Systems Performed Well During the Pandemic

According to this year’s Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, nearly three in four survey respondents didn’t have challenges with their mass notification solutions, and only 3% said they experienced many pandemic-related problems with their systems.

Read: Exclusive Research: 2021 Emergency Notification Deep Dive Survey

Exclusive Research: 2021 Emergency Notification Deep Dive Survey

How have campus emergency notification systems, policies and procedures fared during the last year? Check out our survey results.

Read: Study: Texas School Reopenings Last Fall May Have Led to Hundreds of COVID Deaths, Thousands of Cases

Study: Texas School Reopenings Last Fall May Have Led to Hundreds of COVID Deaths, Thousands of Cases

The study found that in Texas, about 90% of the school districts reopened last fall without any “staggered or phased-in attendance.”

Read: FBI and DHS: Racially and Ethnically Motivated Attacks the Biggest Threat to U.S.

FBI and DHS: Racially and Ethnically Motivated Attacks the Biggest Threat to U.S.

The Strategic Intelligence Assessment and Data on Domestic Terrorism report shows 2019 was the most violent year for white supremacist attacks.

Read: HP Study: Cyberattacks Rose 238% During Pandemic

HP Study: Cyberattacks Rose 238% During Pandemic

Also, more than three out of four workers surveyed said the lines between work and their personal lives have blurred, a new HP cybersecurity study says.

Read: 2021 Survey of Crisis Communication and Safety in Education

2021 Survey of Crisis Communication and Safety in Education

Concerns, Challenges and Planning for the 2021–2022 School Year

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