Results: "mental health"

UO Pays Former Employees $425K in Settlement

The former employees claimed they were pushed out of their positions by administrators for criticizing the university.

Cisco Forecasts Massive Growth in IP Traffic Over Next Five Years

With the growth will come increased hacking vulnerabilities.

Read: Research Shows Working in Shifts Can Lead to More Severe Strokes

Research Shows Working in Shifts Can Lead to More Severe Strokes

Researchers say working in shifts that disrupt your circadian rhythm can create a sort of ‘social jet lag.’

Read: How Hospital Security Officers Differ from School and University Officers

How Hospital Security Officers Differ from School and University Officers

There are some parts of hospital security officers’ job description that don’t apply to traditional or school police.

UC Berkeley Invests $2.5M in Sexual Violence Response

The money comes after a review of sexual misconduct response services at the university.

Read: Data Shows Water at 100 Schools Holds Double Federal Lead Limit

Data Shows Water at 100 Schools Holds Double Federal Lead Limit

Increased testing has opened the public’s eyes to the scope of the problem.

Former Patient Kills Doctor in Hospital Before Committing Suicide

Relatives of the former patient said he has a history of mental illness.

Read: Charges Dropped Against Former Patient Shot in Texas Hospital

Charges Dropped Against Former Patient Shot in Texas Hospital

The charges stemmed from a controversial incident between a psychotic patient and two security officers.

The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology, Part 1

Here’s an estimate of what your organization might spend on access control and locks, as well as the lives, resources and money you could save as a result of the installation of these technologies.

Read: The Worst Has Happened – Now What?

The Worst Has Happened – Now What?

A campus’ success in recovering from mass violence or some other tragedy will depend on how thoroughly it has planned for the long-term aftermath, and that requires understanding the changes brought on by a traumatic experience.

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