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Read: Calls For National School Security Guidance Grow As State Requirements Scrutinized

Calls For National School Security Guidance Grow As State Requirements Scrutinized

Advocates say a new study on school facility security standards supports the demand for more guidance.

Read: Reader Q&A with Gary Sigrist: 5 Layers of School Safety

Reader Q&A with Gary Sigrist: 5 Layers of School Safety

Gary Sigrist, CEO of Safeguard Risk Solutions and a retired school district safety director, provided some insightful answers to questions asked by audience members during his school safety webinar.

Read: A Building Risk Assessment Checklist From the NFPA

A Building Risk Assessment Checklist From the NFPA

The NFPA’s active shooter guidance gives details on what information officials should be gathering during building risk assessments.

Read: Hazard Mitigation: College Emergency Response Planning 101

Hazard Mitigation: College Emergency Response Planning 101

Creating a college-specific plan and working with local jurisdictions can greatly improve emergency management and hazard mitigation efforts on your campus.

Read: When the Homeless Come to Campus: Balancing Security With Empathy

When the Homeless Come to Campus: Balancing Security With Empathy

Incorporating access control and referring homeless adults to appropriate resources can keep kids safe while helping those who are less fortunate.

Read: 2016 Campus Safety Conference Session Videos Now Available On-Demand

2016 Campus Safety Conference Session Videos Now Available On-Demand

Couldn’t make CSC East and West 2016? No worries. You can view the sessions online.

Read: 20 Active Shooter and Active Killer Prevention Strategies

20 Active Shooter and Active Killer Prevention Strategies

These are the steps your organization should take to increase the chances that a planned attack will be averted.

Read: A Smarter Approach to CPTED

A Smarter Approach to CPTED

Physical Security Consultant Jim Grayson discusses ways to implement Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.

Read: How Tyler JC Improved Its Security

How Tyler JC Improved Its Security

To make students feel safer, this Texas junior college adopted a slew of measures, including CPTED, an anonymous text tip line, ID lanyards and more.

Read: Got New Construction? Don’t Forget About Safety and Security

Got New Construction? Don’t Forget About Safety and Security

Campus Safety Conference presenters Randy Atlas and Jim Grayson explain why CPTED must be in new construction and renovation projects.

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