Deadline for Campus Safety Post Va. Tech Survey is Jan. 31

LOS ANGELES – The editors of Campus Safety magazine are encouraging all university, school and hospital stakeholders to take its Post Virginia Tech Survey. The deadline is Jan. 31.

“Campus Safety is conducting a survey on how the April 2007 Virginia Tech tragedy has affected campuses around our nation,” says Robin Hattersley Gray, executive editor of the publication. “If you are involved in campus or district police, security, facilities, academia, operations, administration, finance, technology or communications, we hope you will participate so we can provide timely and insightful editorial that will help institutions like yours respond appropriately to incidents in your community.”

The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. All personal information, answers, E-mail addresses and identities, as well as those of the responding campuses will be kept strictly confidential and will only be used in tabulation with others.

Campus stakeholders should respond no later than Thursday, Jan. 31.

To complete the online questionnaire, please click here.


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