Crisis Communications

Read: Campus Safety Online Summit to Feature 20 Sessions, Raffles

Campus Safety Online Summit to Feature 20 Sessions, Raffles

The virtual event, happening Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, will also feature two keynotes, including a panel of previous Director of the Year winners, two general sessions, and two live raffles.

Read: Registration for the 2022 Campus Safety Online Summit Is Now Open

Registration for the 2022 Campus Safety Online Summit Is Now Open

The Campus Safety Online Summit is November 30 – December 1. Register now!

Read: Dealing with Difficult People: 10 Tips for Defusing Toxic Situations

Dealing with Difficult People: 10 Tips for Defusing Toxic Situations

Empathy, keeping your ego under control and knowing when to be quiet are just a few of the ways campus police and security officers can improve interactions with members of their campus community and keep arrests or citations from escalating into violence.

Read: Crisis Communications Top Tip: News Releases Are Obsolete If You’re Doing THIS Right

Crisis Communications Top Tip: News Releases Are Obsolete If You’re Doing THIS Right

During a campus crisis, this PIO strategy can help you quickly deliver your emergency messages to the widest possible audience.

Read: Managing the News Media Before, During and After a Crisis

Managing the News Media Before, During and After a Crisis

Here’s how you can effectively work with the news media during an emergency without jeopardizing security or an investigation.

Read: Can Your Campus Mass Communication System Do These 6 Things?

Can Your Campus Mass Communication System Do These 6 Things?

A campus-wide communications system that’s reliable and versatile can serve the needs of an education institution now and well into the future.

Read: How AI Can Scour Data to Minimize Active Assailant Risk on Your Campus

How AI Can Scour Data to Minimize Active Assailant Risk on Your Campus

The influx of actionable intelligence during an active assailant incident can be overwhelming to those responding. That’s where AI comes in.

Read: 6 Steps K-12 Schools Must Take to Meet CDC Reopening Guidelines

6 Steps K-12 Schools Must Take to Meet CDC Reopening Guidelines

Monitoring building access and optimizing HVAC systems to limit the spread of COVID-19 are just a few ways K-12 schools can reopen with confidence.

Read: Want Someone to Calm Down? Don’t Say These 3 Things

Want Someone to Calm Down? Don’t Say These 3 Things

It is important to choose words carefully when dealing with a combative person, and there are certain phrases that should be avoided altogether.

Read: Beware of Fake Coronavirus Social Media Alerts

Beware of Fake Coronavirus Social Media Alerts

Colleges and school districts are grappling with phony posts about the outbreak.

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