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Read: Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $6.85 Million

Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $6.85 Million

The lawsuit claimed at least three former male students committed off-campus rapes between 2015 and 2019 and the school covered them up.

Read: What to Expect When Presidential Candidates Come to Campus

What to Expect When Presidential Candidates Come to Campus

Ohio State University’s deputy chief of police describes how his institution plans for presidential campaign and other political VIP visits.

Read: Family of Kristin Smart Sues Cal Poly for Negligence, Wrongful Death

Family of Kristin Smart Sues Cal Poly for Negligence, Wrongful Death

The lawsuit claims Cal Poly police waited four days to investigate Smart’s disappearance and 16 days to inspect a suspect’s dorm room.

Read: Human Trafficking on College Campuses: What It Looks Like and Resources for Police, Students

Human Trafficking on College Campuses: What It Looks Like and Resources for Police, Students

Maraya Lasinsky, chief advisor for the Department of Homeland Security, offers tips and resources for recognizing human trafficking on college campuses.

Read: Protecting Your Campus and Infrastructure from Drones

Protecting Your Campus and Infrastructure from Drones

The world continues to see a sharp rise in the use of drones. Here’s how your organization can respond when they are being used inappropriately, illegally or dangerously.

Read: New Approaches to Incident Management that Empower First Responders

New Approaches to Incident Management that Empower First Responders

New technologies improve response time and the effectiveness of incident management.

Read: DOJ Launches National Law Enforcement Accountability Database

DOJ Launches National Law Enforcement Accountability Database

The new database documents federal law enforcement misconduct to improve police transparency and accountability.

Read: 2 Cal Poly Students Arrested for Firing Guns on Campus

2 Cal Poly Students Arrested for Firing Guns on Campus

Cal Poly officers patrolling near an on-campus apartment complex heard gunshots and found the students in possession of a shotgun and pistol.

Read: How to Write a Winning Director of the Year Nomination

How to Write a Winning Director of the Year Nomination

Here are some of the things Director of the Year judges look for when reviewing entries, as well as mistakes that can lead to lower scores.

Read: So, You Want To Be A Threat Assessment Manager?

So, You Want To Be A Threat Assessment Manager?

If you are starting a behavioral threat assessment unit, here are seven strategies that have worked for me so far.

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