Campus Safety

Univ. of Cincinnati Adding 700 LED Lights to Campus

School officials hope to create a safer perimeter around the school’s campus.

Read: Texas A&M Finds Lost Package Containing Radioactive Material

Texas A&M Finds Lost Package Containing Radioactive Material

The package was found undisturbed in one of the school’s hazardous material storage facilities.

Read: Hawaii Hospital Transitioning to Public Security Force

Hawaii Hospital Transitioning to Public Security Force

The hospital will have both private and state guards working on campus for now.

Pa. College Becomes Third in County to Arm Campus Guards

King’s College followed the lead of nearby Wilkes University and Luzerne County Community College in arming some of its guards.

Read: Public Safety Agencies Purchase Spillman Software

Public Safety Agencies Purchase Spillman Software

The agencies will be able to identify jurisdictional patterns and assist in allocating resources with Spillman’s new software.

Read: California School District Chief of Security Discusses Campus Security Systems

California School District Chief of Security Discusses Campus Security Systems

Chris Wynn, Chief of District Security for the Val Verde Unified School District in California, shares his expertise on security systems, and how they can benefit college campuses.

Hofstra Univ. Moves to Turnstile Entrances to Upgrade Access Control

Hofstra University is in the process of installing 11 Boon Edam turnstiles in their residence halls.

U. of Pittsburgh Researcher Arrested for Poisoning Wife

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