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Accreditation

Read: USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

USC Cardiology Program Loses Accreditation Amid Med School Scandals

In a faculty memo Thursday, USC’s medical school dean said the program was losing its accreditation due to “resident safety and wellness processes.”

Read: Why Wireless Access Control Works

Why Wireless Access Control Works

Some campuses may be in a good position to take advantage of the benefits of wireless locking systems.

Spotlight on Campus Safety Hero Lt. Erin Carcia

Babson College Public Safety Department’s Lt. Erin Carcia played a vital role in the accreditation of her agency.

Univ. of Denver Earns Campus Security Accreditation from CALEA

The University of Denver’s Division of Campus Safety is the first private, non-sworn department to enter the accreditation program.

Discrimination Complaints Could Affect George Washington U PD Accreditation

Three discrimination complaints have been filed against the department in the past six months, possibly affecting its CALEA accreditation status.

Read: How Murray State Became an International Safe Community

How Murray State Became an International Safe Community

Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management David DeVoss describes how his campus achieved this accreditation.

Kent State U. Police Services Earns CALEA Accreditation for 7th Consecutive Time

UW Madison Police Accredited By 3 Agencies

CMS Recognizes The Joint Commission’s Critical Access Hospital Accreditation

Read: Joint Commission Alert Won’t Significantly Improve Hospital Security

Joint Commission Alert Won’t Significantly Improve Hospital Security

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