With behavioral threat assessments becoming the norm and the next generation of thought leaders focused on safety, Dr. Marisa Randazzo is optimistic about the future of school violence prevention.
The key author and proponent of Kari’s Law shares the story behind both legislations, plus requirements and the costs of non-compliance.
Exploring cloud-based security for campuses: pros, cons and implementation tips.
Dr. James Corbin grew the number of Hamilton County Schools Safety Department employees to more than 60 in only three years.
These student-filled positions give peace officers more time to respond to priority calls while also creating a hiring pipeline for the department.
Hosting food-focused community outreach events helps URI police establish open lines of communication with students while also addressing a challenge many are currently facing.
The new public address system at UMS-Wright Preparatory School helps to ensure everyone on campus will receive emergency messages.
Howard’s police chief discusses how traumas experienced by many within the campus community resurfaced following the threats and how the school addressed it.
Two social work interns and a licensed clinical social worker joined UMBPD to provide case management for vulnerable populations.
Chief William Adcox shares why his department does not have an arrest model and instead relies on information sharing to mitigate healthcare violence.