A new air quality report highlights an urgent need to better support schools with infection control strategies.
In this exclusive Campus Safety webinar, Doug Sutter and Peter Jurhs share how they transformed district security from reactive to proactive via automation and smart technology.
Campus climate and culture are foundational in the creation and maintenance of a safer and more secure school for both students and staff.
Empathy, keeping your ego under control and knowing when to be quiet are just a few of the ways campus police and security officers can improve interactions with members of their campus community and keep arrests or citations from escalating into violence.
A new survey has found that 48% of LGBTQ teens, ages 13-17, seriously considered attempting suicide last year.
According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, 43% of participants say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.
Visit with this year’s Campus Safety Conference sponsors to research technologies and solutions, view product demonstrations, and to enter to win raffle prizes!
Office for Civil Rights Reaches Resolution Agreement with Nation’s Second Largest School District, Los Angeles Unified, to Meet Needs of Students with Disabilities during COVID-19 Pandemic
DCJS will work alongside the state Department of Education and Virginia State Police to create a crisis management program for schools.
During a campus crisis, this PIO strategy can help you quickly deliver your emergency messages to the widest possible audience.