Active Shooter

Read: The 3 Pillars of Survival: How to Stay Alive During a Violent Incident

The 3 Pillars of Survival: How to Stay Alive During a Violent Incident

Your students’, faculty’s and staff’s chances of surviving violence will increase if your campus adopts these three strategies.

Read: Preparing for the Unthinkable: An Active Shooting in a School

Preparing for the Unthinkable: An Active Shooting in a School

This presentation will address the range of things that can be done to prevent an active shooter event and respond to one that occurs.

Read: Texas City ISD Experiences FirstNet Benefits First-Hand

Texas City ISD Experiences FirstNet Benefits First-Hand

An active shooter false alarm demonstrated the potential for improved communications that FirstNet could provide during emergencies.

Read: The Risky Business of DIY Security: There Is a Better Way

The Risky Business of DIY Security: There Is a Better Way

A serious pitfall of Do-It-Yourself campus security is the temptation to tackle a project that should be entrusted to professionals.

Read: Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

By submitting and reviewing ASV reports to the Police Foundation, you can better protect your own school or college, as well as help other campus safety professionals across the country to improve security.

Read: CCUPCA’s 2019 Spring Conference Is April 24-26!

CCUPCA’s 2019 Spring Conference Is April 24-26!

The 2019 CCUPCA Spring Conference is just around the corner. It will take place at the University of Southern California April 24-26.

Read: New Bill Would Allow Illinois Schools to Add Barricades to Classroom Doors

New Bill Would Allow Illinois Schools to Add Barricades to Classroom Doors

If the bill becomes a law, Illinois will be the fourth state in the Midwest to allow certain barricades, most of which aren’t ADA or fire code compliant, to be used in lockdown situations.

Read: Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

Is Active Shooter Training Worth It? Use Common Sense When Training Non-Security Employees

There are a lot of good campus safety and security training programs available, but which ones are worth your non-security staff members’ time and effort?

Read: NAPCO Demonstrates Locksets for Schools, Universities and Hospitals

NAPCO Demonstrates Locksets for Schools, Universities and Hospitals

Locksets from NAPCO provide for quick lockdown for educational facilities and prevent sentinel events at hospitals and psychiatric facilities.

Read: Lehi Student Tells Therapist About School Shooting Plans, Arrested

Lehi Student Tells Therapist About School Shooting Plans, Arrested

An 18-year-old told his therapist that he wanted to shoot up Skyridge High School because another student molested his friend.

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