School Safety

Read: How to Sell Security in Lean Times

How to Sell Security in Lean Times

Although this fall’s worldwide economic nose dive has monopolized the spotlight recently, security and safety risks have not gone away. Campus protection must remain a top priority.

Read: Colorado Takes Leap Forward in School Emergency Preparedness

Colorado Takes Leap Forward in School Emergency Preparedness

Recently passed legislation requiring NIMS compliance, communications interoperability and MOUs promises to make K-12 campuses in the Rocky Mountain State better able to respond to crises.

Read: Survey Results: Top Cop Pay Falling Behind

Survey Results: Top Cop Pay Falling Behind

Since 2006, hospital, school and university police chief/security director salaries have stagnated, but line officers have fared better. Sworn officer pay has increased by nearly 9 percent, while wages for nonsworn campus security personnel have increased by more than 3 percent.

Man, 55, Holds Fifth-Graders Hostage at Maine School

Former Employee Sets Self on Fire at Univ. of Washington

Rape Victim Sues Pennsylvania School District

Missouri Officials Warn About Drug Posing as LSD

Family Sues University of Delaware for Negligence After Daughter’s Death

KU Medical Center Installs New Campus Emergency Alert System

Retired University of Tennessee Professor Convicted of Arms Export Violations

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