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Read: IAHSS: Do Your Part to Prevent Hospital Gun Violence

IAHSS: Do Your Part to Prevent Hospital Gun Violence

Incorporating Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) concepts into new construction and renovation, developing relationships with local first responders as well as training security and clinical staff are just some of the ways firearm attacks can be thwarted.

Read: What to Expect When Presidential Candidates Come to Campus

What to Expect When Presidential Candidates Come to Campus

Ohio State University’s deputy chief of police describes how his institution plans for campaign and other political VIP visits. The planning includes crowd and traffic management as well as assisting with the protection detail.

Read: Navigating the Complexities of Emergency Notification Systems Integration

Navigating the Complexities of Emergency Notification Systems Integration

Manufacturers, software developers and integrators are working hard to develop ways campus alert solutions can interoperate and notify campus constituents in a more timely fashion.

Read: Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

Stalking on Campus: A Silent Epidemic

The first steps to combating this crime include taking it seriously, having an appropriate policy, and training campus personnel and public safety officers on how to effectively respond.

Read: How to Investigate Campus Sexual Assaults

How to Investigate Campus Sexual Assaults

Prompt, thorough and impartial inquiries will help protect victims of sexual violence and ensure your institution is in compliance with Title IX.

Read: Are You Ready to Embrace Building Systems Integration?

Are You Ready to Embrace Building Systems Integration?

Integrating solutions like fire, HVAC, access control and video enables campuses to pull in every available bit of data during an emergency. Doing this allows security officials, law enforcement and fire personnel to better respond to a crisis.

Stopping Stalkers

The first steps to combating this crime include taking it seriously, having an appropriate policy, and training campus personnel and public safety officers on how to effectively respond.

Read: Is NFC the Future of Access Control?

Is NFC the Future of Access Control?

In a pilot program, Arizona State University students and staff used Near Field Communication-enabled mobile phones to enter their residence hall. The technology could eventually provide an alternative to ID cards on campuses.

Read: VIPs on Campus: Guarding Congresswoman Giffords

VIPs on Campus: Guarding Congresswoman Giffords

Here’s how the University of Arizona Medical Center and Memorial Hermann Healthcare Center effectively managed the care, security, privacy and press coverage of Arizona Congresswoman Giffords while she was being treated at their facilities.

Read: Alcohol Abuse Prevention Basics

Alcohol Abuse Prevention Basics

Appropriate policies and discipline, education and alcohol-free alternative events will help reduce the chances that the students on your campus will engage in unsafe drinking.

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