Crime Reporting

Read: More Colleges Turn to Law Firms to Handle Campus Crime Reporting

More Colleges Turn to Law Firms to Handle Campus Crime Reporting

Law firms are stepping in to handle universities’ Clery reporting to avoid fines that can cost up to $57,000 per penalty.

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: UF to Spend $30M on Campus Safety over Next 5 Years

UF to Spend $30M on Campus Safety over Next 5 Years

The University of Florida plans to add 1,700 new security cameras, new lighting, improved access control and more campus police.

Read: Alameda County Deputies To Cease Patrol of 4 East Bay Campuses

Alameda County Deputies To Cease Patrol of 4 East Bay Campuses

The Peralta (Calif.) Community College District’s board of trustees rejected a multi-million-dollar police services contract.

Read: The Clery Act and Campus Safety Are About Heart, Not Just Compliance

The Clery Act and Campus Safety Are About Heart, Not Just Compliance

The Clery Center strives to make campus safety a universal reality by helping college administrators not only comply with Clery regulations but also understand the spirit behind them.

Read: Fla. School District Adopts Security Integration Software to Improve Incident Tracking

Fla. School District Adopts Security Integration Software to Improve Incident Tracking

When Chief John Newman started at the Hillsborough County Public Schools, he was stunned to learn there was no RMS or CAD to service its officers.

Read: Report: More Doctors Stealing Prescriptions, Commonly Opioids

Report: More Doctors Stealing Prescriptions, Commonly Opioids

The report from healthcare compliance analytics platform Protenus found that 94% of diversion incidents involve at least one opioid.

Read: Poway Synagogue Shooter Was a Cal. State University Student

Poway Synagogue Shooter Was a Cal. State University Student

The California State University, San Marcos student opened fire inside of the synagogue while worshippers were praying, killing one and injuring three.

Read: Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

By submitting and reviewing ASV reports to the Police Foundation, you can better protect your own school or college, as well as help other campus safety professionals across the country to improve security.

Read: Loyola University Chicago Students Voice Campus Safety Concerns

Loyola University Chicago Students Voice Campus Safety Concerns

The students say that it takes Loyola University Chicago police hours to alert students about a crime that goes on near campus.

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