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Read: How to Effectively Respond to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

How to Effectively Respond to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

“Secure, Preserve, Fight” can be an alternative way to respond to active shooters in healthcare settings when “Run, Hide, Fight” is not possible.

Read: Parents Guide to Keeping Your College Student Safe

Parents Guide to Keeping Your College Student Safe

This comprehensive guide provides what you need to determine whether your child’s security is a priority at the universities under consideration.

Read: Campus Safety Magazine January-February 2019 Issue

Campus Safety Magazine January-February 2019 Issue

‘Secure, Preserve, Fight’ Has Been Proposed as an Alternative Way to Respond to Active Shooters in Healthcare Settings. Read more.

Read: How to Assess and Manage Campus Threats

How to Assess and Manage Campus Threats

Is your threat assessment process effective or vulnerable to mistakes? Find out in this free guide to assessing and managing threats.

Read: Bomb Threat Checklist and Call Procedures

Bomb Threat Checklist and Call Procedures

This checklist will guide you through the procedures you should follow and the questions you should ask if someone calls in a bomb threat.

Campus Safety Magazine December 2017 Issue

Campus Safety Director of the Year Special Coverage: Trio shape security at Georgetown County Public Schools, Memorial Health & Buffalo State University.

Campus Safety Magazine June/July 2017 Issue

Trauma-Informed Investigations

Use Government Best Practices When Preparing for Campus Emergencies

In this free whitepaper, learn how technology and system-wide solutions can help unite emergency management across not only a single campus, but also between satellite campuses

Campus Safety Magazine October 2017 Issue

1 in 2 Hospitals Have Seen an Increase in Crime This year Also

Campus Safety Magazine September 2017 Issue

Gangs on College Campuses

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