Campus Safety

Read: From the Ground Up: How a Chief Created a Thriving Public Safety Department

From the Ground Up: How a Chief Created a Thriving Public Safety Department

By establishing new, dedicated positions and implementing rigorous training, the Quinnipiac public safety department became an exemplary one.

Read: The Campus Safety Online Summit Is December 1-2. Register Today!

The Campus Safety Online Summit Is December 1-2. Register Today!

It will cover topics such as lessons learned from COVID-19 and campus reopenings, Clery and Title IX updates, changes to campus policing, new technologies and more.

Read: GroupProjects: Prioritizing Campus Safety and Security Issues in 2020 and Beyond

GroupProjects: Prioritizing Campus Safety and Security Issues in 2020 and Beyond

In this interactive session, attendees will discuss balancing safety, security and education in 2020 and beyond.

Read: Milton Hershey School Receives Second Accreditation from CALEA

Milton Hershey School Receives Second Accreditation from CALEA

Milton Hershey is the only school, both public or private, to receive dual accreditation from the credentialing authority.

Read: 5 Naughty Animals Caught on Video Surveillance

5 Naughty Animals Caught on Video Surveillance

In one video, a sheriff’s deputy was delivering civil papers to a home when a goat decided to climb into her cruiser for an afternoon snack.

Read: Man Uses Blood to Write Satanic Messages on ECU Sorority House

Man Uses Blood to Write Satanic Messages on ECU Sorority House

When East Carolina University police located the man near the campus, he was armed with a machete and had blood on his hands and arms.

Read: GroupProjects Allow Participants to Interact Directly with Industry Experts, Peers

GroupProjects Allow Participants to Interact Directly with Industry Experts, Peers

These interactive webinar series, limited to 35 participants, allow attendees to video chat directly with presenters and other public safety professionals.

Read: Cuomo Issues Outbreak Guidance for Colleges Holding In-Person Classes

Cuomo Issues Outbreak Guidance for Colleges Holding In-Person Classes

New York colleges must go back to full-time remote learning if there are more than 100 COVID-19 cases or 5% of the campus population.

Read: UC Berkeley Law Staff Respond to Campus Police Reform Report

UC Berkeley Law Staff Respond to Campus Police Reform Report

The employees are urging the campus community to participate in public comment regarding the 27 recommendations made in the report.

Read: Family of Kaylee Sawyer Reaches Settlement with Central Oregon CC

Family of Kaylee Sawyer Reaches Settlement with Central Oregon CC

Kaylee Sawyer was out for a walk in 2016 when she was kidnapped and murdered by a campus safety officer while he was on duty.

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