Athletic Department Management

Read: University of Michigan to Pay $490 Million to Victims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

University of Michigan to Pay $490 Million to Victims of Doctor’s Sexual Abuse

Dr. Robert Anderson worked at the University of Michigan from 1966 through 2003 and is believed to have sexually assaulted athletes during routine exams.

Read: 3 Officers Charged in Fatal Shooting of 8-Year-Old at High School Football Game

3 Officers Charged in Fatal Shooting of 8-Year-Old at High School Football Game

The officers fired their weapons after gunfire broke out between two teens, killing Fanta Bility and injuring three others.

Read: Wall High School Students Charged with Hazing, Sex Crimes in Locker Room

Wall High School Students Charged with Hazing, Sex Crimes in Locker Room

A recording of one of the incidents allegedly shows football players pinning down another player and assaulting him with a broom.

Read: Locker Room Hazing: A Riot with Different Motivations

Locker Room Hazing: A Riot with Different Motivations

A retired police lieutenant gives his perspective on the common occurrence of hazing in locker rooms and what students, staff, coaches and parents can do to stop it.

Read: Louisiana High School Upgrades Its Stadium Speakers

Louisiana High School Upgrades Its Stadium Speakers

Corroded, weather-stripped and underperforming speakers were swapped for a new suite of full-range AtlasIED stadium speakers.

Read: UPDATE: Utah State Police Chief Resigns Over Comments Made to Football Team About Rape

UPDATE: Utah State Police Chief Resigns Over Comments Made to Football Team About Rape

The comments support a lawsuit filed by a student who claims the school gives preferential treatment to football players accused of assault.

Read: San Jose State to Pay $1.6M to Students Assaulted by Athletic Trainer

San Jose State to Pay $1.6M to Students Assaulted by Athletic Trainer

The DOJ found that SJSU failed for more than a decade to respond adequately to reports of sexual assault of female student-athletes by an athletic trainer then working at the university.

Read: Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Here are some of the lessons learned from college campus public safety and security executives who have responded to recent protests and riots.

Read: Los Angeles Public K-12 Schools to Require Student COVID-19 Vaccinations

Los Angeles Public K-12 Schools to Require Student COVID-19 Vaccinations

LAUSD’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate applies to all students who are age 12 or older.

Read: Sports and Music Venues Reduce Touchpoints with RFID and NFC Payments

Sports and Music Venues Reduce Touchpoints with RFID and NFC Payments

A new NFC and RFID solution is being deployed at concerts and games to allow touch-free transactions and ordering via mobile phones.

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