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Read: Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from November 2021

Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from November 2021

Some bizarre safety and security events went down at K-12 schools, colleges and hospitals in the month of November.

Read: 30% of K-12 School Districts Don’t Have Cloud Security, Survey Finds

30% of K-12 School Districts Don’t Have Cloud Security, Survey Finds

Although 94% of K-12 districts use cloud platforms, 50% either don’t have a cloud security platform or don’t know whether or not one exists.

Read: Hospital Assaults Hit All-Time High in 2020, IAHSS Survey Finds

Hospital Assaults Hit All-Time High in 2020, IAHSS Survey Finds

From 2019 to 2020, the assault rate at U.S. hospitals increased more than 23% from 10.9 incidents per 100 beds to 14.2.

Read: Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Here are several examples of school safety improvements that can be implemented at little or no cost.

Read: Top 10 Stories from September: School Shootings, Mandates and Hospital Violence

Top 10 Stories from September: School Shootings, Mandates and Hospital Violence

Here’s a roundup of the 10 most popular Campus Safety stories for the month of September.

Read: 5 Hospital Security Incidents Caught on Surveillance

5 Hospital Security Incidents Caught on Surveillance

These violent incidents emphasize the importance of having a robust workplace violence prevention program in place at all hospitals.

Read: Shocking Incidents Caught on Security Cameras

Shocking Incidents Caught on Security Cameras

Check out these videos of some recent dramatic incidents.

Read: Avoid These 10 School Safety and Security Blunders

Avoid These 10 School Safety and Security Blunders

Can you identify the safety and security mistakes made in these everyday photos taken at K-12 schools in the U.S.?

Read: 13 School Safety Dos and Don’ts Spotted During Site Assessments

13 School Safety Dos and Don’ts Spotted During Site Assessments

School site assessments document the good, the bad, and the ugly. Can you spot the security dos and don’ts in these consultant photos?

Read: USC Advisory Board Urges More Oversight of Campus Public Safety

USC Advisory Board Urges More Oversight of Campus Public Safety

A review of USC DPS data found that stops of Black people accounted for 31.7% of all stops despite African Americans making up only 1% of the people around the Health Sciences campus and 12% of the University Park campus.

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