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Read: Want to Speak at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences? Submit Your Presentations Now!

Want to Speak at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences? Submit Your Presentations Now!

The 2022 Campus Safety Conferences will be held in June, July and November at three different locations across the country.

Read: Registration for the 2021 IAHSS Annual Conference and Exhibition Now Open

Registration for the 2021 IAHSS Annual Conference and Exhibition Now Open

Register by September 24 and save up to $250. The event is being held November 8-10 in Myrtle Beach.

Read: 1 Student Killed, 1 Arrested in New Mexico School Shooting

1 Student Killed, 1 Arrested in New Mexico School Shooting

The school shooting happened on the third day of classes and has prompted additional police presence on campus.

Read: Dealing with Mental Health Challenges on Campus

Dealing with Mental Health Challenges on Campus

With so many people returning to our campuses and the workplace, we must know how to recognize and deal with potential mental health issues.

Read: University of Illinois Police Comfort K9s Make a Huge Impact

University of Illinois Police Comfort K9s Make a Huge Impact

The K9s’ job is to comfort and provide animal therapy in times of great stress or anxiety. They have already made a big impact at U of I and in the greater Champaign-Urbana area.

Read: Less Lethal Weapons: More Uncertain and Confusing Than You Think

Less Lethal Weapons: More Uncertain and Confusing Than You Think

Thinking of adopting less lethal weapons in your department? Study these pitfalls before you proceed.

Read: Public Hospitals in San Francisco to Decrease Use of Law Enforcement

Public Hospitals in San Francisco to Decrease Use of Law Enforcement

The proposal recommends using mental health staff instead of law enforcement to respond to crises in hospitals.

Read: A Fresh Approach to Leadership Training

A Fresh Approach to Leadership Training

This novel use of popular movies to teach leadership skills has proven successful.

Read: Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

School police officers must be able to recognize traits associated with autism, as well as adopt strategies that can foster positive interactions with students with special needs.

Read: NYPD Considers Hiring 475 Additional School Safety Agents

NYPD Considers Hiring 475 Additional School Safety Agents

The proposal comes after de Blasio said school safety agents would be moved from under the NYPD and amid a hiring freeze of social workers and guidance counselors.

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