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Read: Part 2 of 3: Colleges Must Work with K-12 Schools, Nearby Communities to Combat Gangs

Part 2 of 3: Colleges Must Work with K-12 Schools, Nearby Communities to Combat Gangs

Institutions of higher education, K-12 and community organizations are all battling the street and ethnic gang issue; partnerships are the key to success.

Read: How Hospitals with Unrestricted Family Visitation Policies Can Maintain Security

How Hospitals with Unrestricted Family Visitation Policies Can Maintain Security

Hospitals must achieve the right balance between openness and security. A systems integrator can help with this process.

Read: Bond Set for Suspect in Columbus School Shooting

Bond Set for Suspect in Columbus School Shooting

The shooting suspect is a student at the school, which is a public school for emotionally disturbed students in grades 6-12.

Read: Clery Act Has Prompted Positive Changes in Campus Public Safety

Clery Act Has Prompted Positive Changes in Campus Public Safety

Since colleges first published annual security reports 25 years ago, the Clery Act has been the driving force to protect victims and make campuses safer.

Read: Boosting Officer Effectiveness with Video Analytics

Boosting Officer Effectiveness with Video Analytics

Integrating video analytics into security officer response tool-sets enables hospitals, schools and universities to improve security and officer efficiency.

Read: UNM Hospital ER Wait Time More than Double National Average

UNM Hospital ER Wait Time More than Double National Average

The University of New Mexico Hospital is the largest in the state and sees approximately 93,000 emergency room visitors each year.

Read: Armed Patient with Dementia Arrested at Florida Hospital

Armed Patient with Dementia Arrested at Florida Hospital

The armed patient has no criminal record and was not threatening other patients or staff.

Read: Oikos University Mass Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison

Oikos University Mass Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison

The former nursing student shot and killed six students and one employee, making it the eighth-deadliest U.S. school massacre in history.

Read: CS 2017 Emergency Notification Survey Results

CS 2017 Emergency Notification Survey Results

More than half of this year’s survey respondents plan on or are considering emergency notification upgrades, and the authority to issue alerts has shifted somewhat.

Read: Campus Situational Awareness in the Age of Smart Phones

Campus Situational Awareness in the Age of Smart Phones

Our addiction to and focus on personal electronic devices often means we don’t know what’s going on around us. These eight steps will bring us back to reality and improve campus security.

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