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Read: Announcing the 2016 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Announcing the 2016 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Check out these solutions to your campus public safety, security, emergency and fire/life safety challenges.

EH Publishing, Inc. Is Now Doing Business as EH Media

The new name reflects an expansion in services for the company.

Read: Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.

Read: Confidential Reporting Helps Sexual Assault Victims Recover

Confidential Reporting Helps Sexual Assault Victims Recover

Alison Kiss from the Clery Center discusses confidential and mandated reporting, and how campuses can work with counselors to ensure victims get the help they need.

Read: Campus Safety Announces Director of the Year Winners

Campus Safety Announces Director of the Year Winners

Directors from Claremont University Consortium, Rock Hill Schools (S.C.) and UNC Healthcare come out on top.

Read: Spotlight on CS Director of the Year Finalist Jonathan Finch

Spotlight on CS Director of the Year Finalist Jonathan Finch

Congratulations to Tri-County Technical College Director of Campus Safety and Police Jonathan Finch on being named one of this year’s finalists.

Read: Campus Safety Announces Director of the Year Finalists

Campus Safety Announces Director of the Year Finalists

Check out this year’s outstanding campus public safety, security and emergency management leaders and the effective policies, procedures and technologies they use to protect their organizations.

Read: Managing Crises With Campus Emergency Operations Centers

Managing Crises With Campus Emergency Operations Centers

Here’s how Superstorm Sandy prompted Stony Brook University to transform its EOC from a conference room into a fusion center

Read: Why Campus Sexual Assaults Are So Difficult to Investigate

Why Campus Sexual Assaults Are So Difficult to Investigate

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart describes some of the challenges campuses face when they respond to and investigate sexual assaults.

Read: Common Safety and Security Training Gaps in K-12 Schools

Common Safety and Security Training Gaps in K-12 Schools

Continuity is one challenge experienced by schools in their efforts to provide safety training to teachers and administrators.

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