Community Policing

Read: Former Houston High School Principal Makes Her Case for SROs on Campus

Former Houston High School Principal Makes Her Case for SROs on Campus

The author describes how her school’s use of SROs changed the culture of her campus. The approach was so successful that it was featured in the national and international media.

Read: Let’s Get Real About Police Reform

Let’s Get Real About Police Reform

If your campus has a good program that effectively addresses law enforcement’s race relations and use-of-force issues, I want to hear from you.

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: For a New Policing Model, Look to Small Campus Public Safety Departments

For a New Policing Model, Look to Small Campus Public Safety Departments

Traditional law enforcement agencies should consider adopting many of the public safety approaches that work on college campuses.

Read: How UNLV Police Established Its Homeless Outreach Unit

How UNLV Police Established Its Homeless Outreach Unit

The primary mission of the unit is to connect both the student and non-student homeless population with available resources in surrounding communities.

Read: COPS Office Releases $500 Million in Community Policing Grants

COPS Office Releases $500 Million in Community Policing Grants

The grant money will be used for scenario-based active shooter training and improved access to mental health and wellness services, among other things.

Read: ‘Brunch Patrol’ Program Brings Together Normandy Students, Police Officers

‘Brunch Patrol’ Program Brings Together Normandy Students, Police Officers

The program was created as a way for Normandy, Mo., students and officers to connect and discuss issues between black residents and police.

Read: NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

CS Higher Education Director of the Year Ronald Hurley has taken to social media to improve communication between the public safety department and students.

Read: GW Policy Changes Result in 50% Fewer Liquor Law Violations

GW Policy Changes Result in 50% Fewer Liquor Law Violations

Police citations dropped by more than 50% due to the school’s more lenient alcohol policy.

Read: Is Your Hospital Prepared for Gang Violence and Injuries?

Is Your Hospital Prepared for Gang Violence and Injuries?

A South Los Angeles hospital VP shares three crucial steps to managing gang member patients admitted for gang-related injuries.

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