Top Campus Safety Magazine Content of 2014
Here are the most popular articles, videos and podcasts that appeared in Campus Safety magazine or on CampusSafetyMagazine.com in 2014. Happy Holidays from all of us at CS!
Colleges & Universities
- You’ve Suspended a Potential Aggressor… Now What?Threat assessment teams, information sharing, community partnerships and automated tools help colleges manage at-risk individuals both on- and off-campus.
- How to Comply with the New Clery, VAWA & Campus SaVE RulesRegulations on stalking and personal advisors could pose challenges for colleges.
- Protecting Large Outdoor Campus Events from Weather ThreatsWith the United States experiencing an average of 38 deaths each September as the direct result of inclement weather, it makes sense for campuses to plan for and respond appropriately to these risks.
- Survey: Rate of Violent Crime Increased in U.S. Hospitals Last YearHealthcare facility violent crime rate went up 25% while the rate of disorderly conduct increased 40%.
- Managing Aggressive Subjects Who Might Have EbolaCurrent concerns about Ebola should remind security and law enforcement departments to review and revise their precautions for controlling potentially infectious subjects and patients.
- How to Reduce Emergency Department ViolenceDirector of the Year finalist Drew Neckar of the Mayo Clinic describes how his institution revised how it manages patients with behavioral health issues to decrease incidents and increase customer satisfaction.
- 13 Ways You Can Prevent a School RampageHere’s how a rural-suburban high school was able to thwart an active shooter and active bomber attack.
- How Schools Can Manage Non-Custodial Parent IssuesLittleton Public Schools Director of Security and Emergency Planning Guy Grace Jr., describes how his district addresses non-custodial parent issues.
- Ebola Scare Can Be Teaching Exercise for Possible School Biological IncidentsRevise your pandemic flu plans to address Ebola concerns.
- Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.
- 2014 Campus Access Control Survey ResultsPolicies, staffing and lack of buy-in pose biggest problems.
- Know These 17 Emerging Security Technology TrendsHere are predominant trends or themes that stood out among the video surveillance, access control and other electronic security vendors exhibiting at ASIS this fall.
- 7 Steps to Keeping Campus Cops SafeAvoiding complacency and wearing ballistic vests are just two ways that both sworn and non-sworn officers can protect themselves while on the job.
- FBI Report Says Active Shooter Incidents Are on the RiseThe first seven years that were reviewed had an average of 6.4 incidents per year, while the last seven years showed 16.4 incidents annually.
- Public Safety Departments Need More Resources, Support to Comply With Clery & SaVECampus administrators must also make security an institutional priority and responsibility.
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