Send Us Your Emergency Exercise Photos
Have you recently conducted an active shooter or other emergency response drill on your campus? If so, send your photos, along with a brief description of your event to Campus Safety Executive Robin Hattersley Gray at email@example.com.
Be sure to put in the E-mail subject line “Drill Photos.”
You, your department and your campus just might appear on www.campussafetymagazine.com!
Here are some examples of Campus Safety photo galleries:
- Kyrene School District’s ‘Virtual Video Fence’
- Photos of Henryville high School Tornado Aftermath
- Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords Recovery at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System
Please note, by sending us your photos, you agree to the following:
You hereby grant us irrevocable rights to the images; the non-exclusive right to reprint and generally re-use the images in subsequent issues of our publication, or other Bobit Business Media publications; the non-exclusive right to adapt and re-use the images in electronic media of all kinds; the non-exclusive right to use the image as well as your name, image and biographical data in advertising and promotion of products and services where the image is used. all of these rights may be exploited throughout the world by us and by third parties under license from us. We are relying on you to ensure that the image is original, accurate and based on sound research ; to secure all rights and permissions from third parties whenever such rights are necessary for us to use the image as described above; and (c) to make your best effort to ensure that the article does not contain material that would expose us to legal claims or liability of any kind. If the rights and permissions of third parties are required, you agree to inform us of the fact in writing prior to delivery of the Work, and to provide written consents and releases from all third parties at your expense and in a form satisfactory to us. You also confirm that you are an independent contractor dealing with us at arm’s length, and no employer-employee or other relationship exists between us.
Photo via Flickr, Shermeee
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