1 in 4 Campuses Not Prepared to Respond to Active Shooters
Results from Campus Safety‘s opinion survey also show that 83% of respondents believe their institution has appropriate emergency/crisis plans that are up to date.
Roughly 64% of respondents of the Campus Safety Opinion Survey believe their campuses are prepared to respond to an active shooter incident. Photo via Flickr (CherryPoint)
This week, Campus Safety is featuring your opinions on how campuses prepare for emergencies. Outliers are explained in the captions below the charts. Charts without captions mean that the results are the same or similar in all three sectors. To see the survey results related to staffing, pay and morale, click here. To see the survey results related to weapons, click here. To see the survey results related to policies and issues, click here.
These and other charts can be viewed in the 2013 Campus Safety Yearbook. To download a pdf, click here.
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