School Safety

Campus Safety Director of the Year Winners Announced

Illinois Dwellings Now Require Carbon Monoxide Alarms

DHS Releases Interoperable Communications Scorecard Findings

Innovative Health Record Keeping System to be Released Next Year

East Coast Town Votes to Beef Up School Security

Florida Hospital Pharmacy Manager Killed in Shooting

CDC Child Development Campaign Targets Childcare Facilities

Read: Finding Funds for Your Equipment, Programs and People (Part 1 of 2)

Finding Funds for Your Equipment, Programs and People (Part 1 of 2)

Although budgets for campus safety and security can be tight, school districts, universities and hospitals that do their homework, are creative and are diligent can find a wide variety of grants, funding and other resources. Here’s Part I of Campus Safety magazine’s investigation on how these institutions can pay for their projects.

Read: 12 Tips For Cracking Down on Weapons Assaults

12 Tips For Cracking Down on Weapons Assaults

With campus gun violence in the headlines once again, hospital, school and university officials should review and update their policies, procedures and equipment so they can reduce the threat of future attacks.

Gunman Commits Suicide After 8-Hour Standoff at Penn State

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