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Read: The Conference on Crimes Against Women Returns to Dallas with Keynote Speaker Mark Wynn

The Conference on Crimes Against Women Returns to Dallas with Keynote Speaker Mark Wynn

Data shows that crimes against women have increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Research

Read: Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

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.

Resources

Read: Safety Software Buyer’s Guide for Higher Education

Safety Software Buyer’s Guide for Higher Education

With the right technology, campuses can manage incidents, communicate, and combat a variety of risks.

All University Security Content

Read: How Campuses Play an Integral Part in Welcoming Refugees

How Campuses Play an Integral Part in Welcoming Refugees

Here’s how Virtua Health assisted refugees fleeing Afghanistan and how these practices might apply to other organizations helping refugees.

Read: All 3 Campus Safety Conference Agendas Are Live!

All 3 Campus Safety Conference Agendas Are Live!

Each location features a variety of topics and subject-matter experts and offers unique opportunities for sharing experiences — and some much-deserved downtime — with peers.

Read: Liberty University Handling of Sexual Assault Claims Facing Heavy Scrutiny

Liberty University Handling of Sexual Assault Claims Facing Heavy Scrutiny

A lawsuit claims Liberty University mishandled another rape investigation, and the U.S. Department of Education is now investigating.

Read: SC State to Install 700 Security Cameras

SC State to Install 700 Security Cameras

The school will spend $1.2 million on security cameras and another $1.2 million on access control improvements.

Read: A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

A Comfort K-9 and Food Pantry: How One Campus Police Department Supports Student Minds and Bodies

Central State University police developed a K-9 therapy program and opened a food and hygiene pantry to support students’ mental and physical health.

Read: Michigan State Makes Safety Changes After Death of Visiting Student

Michigan State Makes Safety Changes After Death of Visiting Student

Changes include fencing around the river where Brendan Santo’s body was discovered almost three months after he disappeared.

Read: Dealing with Difficult People: 10 Tips for Defusing Toxic Situations

Dealing with Difficult People: 10 Tips for Defusing Toxic Situations

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.

Read: Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

Nearly Half of LGBTQ Teens Considered Suicide in 2021

A new survey has found that 48% of LGBTQ teens, ages 13-17, seriously considered attempting suicide last year.

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