A new study has found that armed protests are six times more likely to turn violent than protests without guns.
Just like in an active shooter situation, university emergency managers are increasingly asked to take a more active response role in just about all disasters, including protests, demonstrations, riot and other civil disturbances.
A DHS memo issued in early 2020 warned of increased violence due to emotional, mental and financial strain exacerbated by the pandemic and social isolation.
Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.
The USC Safe Communities Institute’s LEWIS (Law Enforcement Work Inquiry System) Registry is the first public database for police officer firings and resignations nationwide.
The Strategic Intelligence Assessment and Data on Domestic Terrorism report shows 2019 was the most violent year for white supremacist attacks.
The FBI believes the killings are associated with Aryan Brotherhood prison gang.
The school safety conference is a free, one-day event that will take place in Niles, Illinois.
New reports also found a significant increase in white supremacist propaganda and anti-Asian hate crimes in 2020.
This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.
This session will focus on improving college campus threat assessments, response and cyber safety in the post–COVID world.