CPTED

Read: Collaborate To Gain, Give Respect

Collaborate To Gain, Give Respect

Incorporating many viewpoints ensures all aspects of campus public safety are addressed.

DHS Announces Enhancements to Protect Federal Facilities

WASHINGTON

Keep America Beautiful Calls for Graffiti Grant Applications

STAMFORD, Conn.

2010 School Bond Allocations Announced

WASHINGTON

Survey: 7% of Campus Security, Safety Programs Received Stimulus Funds

Read: The Stimulus: Take the Steps to Get Your Share

The Stimulus: Take the Steps to Get Your Share

Campus protection professionals who are creative, tap into training and construction grants, and have good working relationships with executive administrators and external stakeholders will be more successful in getting their projects funded.

Read: How Security Can Pay for Itself

How Security Can Pay for Itself

At Channel Islands High School, improved access control and the incorporation of CPTED led directly to a safer environment, which discouraged student absenteeism and the costs associated with crime.

Read: Your Guide to the Campus Safety Conference March 30-31, 2010

Your Guide to the Campus Safety Conference March 30-31, 2010

Here’s a sneak peak of the educational sessions, speakers and exhibitors featured at this event. For the latest updates on the conference and to register, go to CampusSafetyConference.com or call (800) 576-8788.

Read: Southern Hospitality Made Secure

Southern Hospitality Made Secure

The University of Southern Mississippi’s new residence halls and learning complex include video surveillance and card access control.

Introducing a New Tool for Campus Facility Design

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