Crime Prevention

Read: How a Nonprofit Online Bike Registry Mitigates College Bike Thefts

How a Nonprofit Online Bike Registry Mitigates College Bike Thefts

Bike Index also works with surrounding cities and towns, including police, to curb bike thefts across whole communities.

Read: Conquer the 4 Phases of Emergency Planning at the Campus Safety Conferences

Conquer the 4 Phases of Emergency Planning at the Campus Safety Conferences

Educational sessions at the upcoming Campus Safety Conferences will address the four phases of emergency planning: prevention, response, mitigation and recovery.

Read: 8 Leon County Students Charged with Bringing Weapons to School

8 Leon County Students Charged with Bringing Weapons to School

Each student said they brought the weapon to protect themselves on the way to and from school and not to harm others.

Read: Robots to the Rescue: New Solutions for Campus Security

Robots to the Rescue: New Solutions for Campus Security

Security robots can flag anomalies, detect, prevent and respond to emergencies in real-time, and more.

Read: Knox County Schools to Increase Crime Prevention Efforts After 3 Student Shooting Deaths

Knox County Schools to Increase Crime Prevention Efforts After 3 Student Shooting Deaths

Three Austin-East High School students were shot and killed in one month, prompting city, police and school leaders to make changes.

Read: Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.

Read: Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

University officials agreed to amend its contract with a private security company to include the additional foot patrols but will not pay for it.

Read: 10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

The phrase “See Something, Say Something” has proven successful time and again in stopping tragic situations, particularly school shooting threats.

Read: Study Finds Victims Aren’t Affected by Police Body Cams

Study Finds Victims Aren’t Affected by Police Body Cams

In 98% of interactions where officers wore cameras, victims did not visibly react to being recorded, even when being told they were being filmed. 

Read: 2 Tenn. Sixth Graders Arrested for School Shooting Plot

2 Tenn. Sixth Graders Arrested for School Shooting Plot

Authorities discovered a hand-drawn map and a plot that outlined the students’ plan to bring weapons to the school and shoot students and staff.

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