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Read: Suspect Arrested in University of Idaho Murders

Suspect Arrested in University of Idaho Murders

Using genealogy databases, investigators were able to match the suspect’s DNA to genetic material recovered during the investigation.

Read: Protecting Lone Workers with mPERS

Protecting Lone Workers with mPERS

Mobile Personal Emergency Response Systems (mPERS) can help protect home health workers, teachers, and other isolated employees.

Read: 2022 Trends That Will Impact Campus Security in 2023 and Beyond

2022 Trends That Will Impact Campus Security in 2023 and Beyond

Here are a few of the troubling trends that will most likely continue to affect education and healthcare security for the foreseeable future, as well as some links that can help you address these challenges.

Read: Pompano Beach Make Our Schools Safe Club Named Finalist in Invent2Prevent Program

Pompano Beach Make Our Schools Safe Club Named Finalist in Invent2Prevent Program

The club will present its community safety project to a panel of senior executives in Washington, D.C., in January.

Read: Editor’s Picks: Amy’s 10 Favorite Campus Safety Articles from 2022

Editor’s Picks: Amy’s 10 Favorite Campus Safety Articles from 2022

My favorite articles from this year cover topics such as site assessments, comfort K9s, and the importance of inclusion and representation.

Read: NC Community College Deploys Unified 3D Wayfinding and Digital Signage

NC Community College Deploys Unified 3D Wayfinding and Digital Signage

Davidson-Davie Community College’s new digital signage system combines messaging, information, and wayfinding on one interactive system.

Read: How to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses

How to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses

About 55% of college students involved in campus organizations experience hazing and 40% report suffering significant negative effects.

Read: Ransomware Gang Emails College Students with Demands

Ransomware Gang Emails College Students with Demands

The ransomware gang responsible for Knox College’s data breach is now directly contacting, intimidating students.

Read: Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Survey: 20% of College Students Say Winter Break Will Have Negative Impact on Mental Health

Students who identify as LGBTQIA+ report feeling slightly more stressed about going home for the holidays.

Read: 4 Threats Made Against Tufts University in Less Than a Week

4 Threats Made Against Tufts University in Less Than a Week

At least two of the threats were emailed to Tuft’s diversity department and several media organizations.

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