Community Policing

Read: It’s About Relationships

It’s About Relationships

Princeton Chief of Police Steven Healy understands the power of personal interaction. By collaborating with his campus’ numerous stakeholders via community policing and one-on-one communications, he and his officers have improved the department’s stature, as well as upgraded many of the technologies required to properly protect this prestigious university.

Read: The Power of Please

The Power of Please

Read: Ms. Stafford Goes to Washington

Ms. Stafford Goes to Washington

Congratulations to The George Washington University Chief of Police Dolores Stafford, winner of the first annual Campus Safety Director of the Year/Education award. CALEA accreditation, an increased department presence on campus, and a decrease in crime are just some of her accomplishments. Read on to see how she made it to the top.

Read: Cultivating a Close-Knit Connection

Cultivating a Close-Knit Connection

Keeping the Richard Stockton College campus safe and crime-free is important to Chief Glenn Miller, but building solid relationships with the university community proves just as imperative while he and his department are on patrol.

Read: L.A.’s Best Kept Security Secret

L.A.’s Best Kept Security Secret

Los Angeles School Police Department (LASPD) Chief Lawrence Manion and the campus officers under his command are the City of Angels’ undiscovered stars, humbly protecting and serving the second largest school district in the nation. Despite the enormity of their responsibilities and lack of publicity, Manion and his troops get the job done by smartly deploying resources and managing expenses.

Read: Hospital Security Department’s Rx: Change

Hospital Security Department’s Rx: Change

In just one short year, the University of Maryland Medical Center Security Department has succeeded in reducing thefts, decreasing assaults and improving customer service. Security director Vincent Pacelli describes his personal journey in making the modifications required to get his department on the right track.

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