32% of Public Safety Officers Don’t Get Enough Workplace Violence Training

Results from Campus Safety‘s opinion survey also show that 26% of respondents believe campus police and security officers have not received enough training overall.

This week, Campus Safety is featuring your opinions on training for issues like workplace violence and incident de-escalation. 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.

Read PDF of the charts.

These and other charts can be viewed in the 2013 Campus Safety Yearbook. To download a pdf, click here.



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