CPTED

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: LifeBridge Health’s Million Dollar Parking Makeover

LifeBridge Health’s Million Dollar Parking Makeover

Roger Sheets was able to turn his hospital’s $250,000 per year loss in parking revenue into a $700,000 annual profit. This turnaround, along with the right mix of officer training, personnel retention practices and technology are why he has been named this year’s Healthcare Campus Safety Director of the Year.

Read: 10 Steps to Creating A Campus Security Master Plan

10 Steps to Creating A Campus Security Master Plan

From updating their SOC to incorporating construction plans, here are the security measures campuses should consider to improve their safety and security.

Read: Alternatives in Physical Perimeter Protection

Alternatives in Physical Perimeter Protection

Security solutions such as rotating decorative bollards,safety nets and collapsible sidewalks are just some of thenontraditional ways campuses can protect their perimeters whilemaintaining an attractive appearance. Check out these three innovativetechnologies.

Read: She Dares to Be Different

She Dares to Be Different

Alex Branaman, district chief for the Alachua County (Fla.)Public Schools, demonstrates that there are alternative ways tostructure a campus security force and deal with common campus safetyissues.

Read: Suicide Bombers: Are you a target?

Suicide Bombers: Are you a target?

Since 9/11, terrorism and its affect on the healthcare environment are always-present factors in disaster planning. Recognizing the characteristics of suicide bombers, their possible motivations and behavior indicators, and acting on that information can reduce the likelihood of an attack occurring at your medical facility.

Read: Defending Your Campus Against WMDs

Defending Your Campus Against WMDs

Hospital, university and school security professionals can’t afford to just have good disaster response plans when weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) are involved. Understanding the various types that could be used, the kinds of risks a site could face and the appropriate preventive measures available can help campuses ward off an attack.

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