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University Security

University Security News

Read: Yiannopoulos to Return to Cal Poly, Increased Security Expected

Yiannopoulos to Return to Cal Poly, Increased Security Expected

Cal Poly spent an estimated $55,000 on security for a January 2017 appearance by Milo Yiannopoulos, which resulted in no arrests or violent altercations.

Research

Read: We Want to Hear From You! Take the Campus Safety 2018 Salary Survey

We Want to Hear From You! Take the Campus Safety 2018 Salary Survey

Campus Safety’s latest salary survey covers hospital, school and university security and police officer and chief pay, job satisfaction, staffing levels, weapons, incentives, benefits and more.

Resources

Read: Increasing Student Demand for Housing at Texas A&M Commerce with Wireless Locks on Room Doors

Increasing Student Demand for Housing at Texas A&M Commerce with Wireless Locks on Room Doors

Attend this webcast to hear about the current trends specific to residence hall security and why more and more schools are considering electronic locks at residence hall room doors

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Read: 4 Plead Not Guilty to Charges in LSU Pledge Death

4 Plead Not Guilty to Charges in LSU Pledge Death

One man is facing a negligent homicide charge while three others are facing misdemeanor hazing charges in connection with the September 2017 death of a pledge.

Read: The Top 3 Mistakes Campuses Make When Conducting Tabletop Exercises

The Top 3 Mistakes Campuses Make When Conducting Tabletop Exercises

These common errors could make your school or university tabletop exercises ineffective.

Read: Syracuse Fraternity Permanently Expelled for Discriminatory Videos

Syracuse Fraternity Permanently Expelled for Discriminatory Videos

One video posted to a Syracuse fraternity’s private Facebook page shows a member reciting a racist oath and another shows a simulated sexual assault.

Read: Senate Passes Anti-Hazing Bill Drafted After Penn State Hazing Death

Senate Passes Anti-Hazing Bill Drafted After Penn State Hazing Death

The Senate unanimously approved the bill that would create prosecution tiers for hazing and establish the crimes of organizational and institutional hazing.

Read: ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

ASU Police Warn of Sex Traffickers at College Parties

ASU police say sex traffickers are attending college parties to recruit women into prostitution by putting them in compromising positions and threatening to expose them to the campus community.

Read: Conference on Crimes Against Women Brings Experts, Advocates Together

Conference on Crimes Against Women Brings Experts, Advocates Together

The conference helps attendees prevent and respond to crimes against women in their communities.

Read: Binghamton University Stabbing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Dorm Killing

Binghamton University Stabbing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Dorm Killing

Binghamton students have expressed concerns regarding their safety as Sunday’s stabbing marks the second student murder in five weeks.

Read: Court Rules UNC-Chapel Hill Must Reveal Names of Sexual Assault Perps

Court Rules UNC-Chapel Hill Must Reveal Names of Sexual Assault Perps

The unanimous decision reverses a judge’s 2017 order that UNC-Chapel Hill could withhold information related to sexual assault cases under FERPA.

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