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Read: Ammon Bundy Prompts Boise Hospital to Lockdown

Ammon Bundy Prompts Boise Hospital to Lockdown

Bundy and other protestors were objecting to a severely malnourished child being removed from the custody of his parents by the hospital.

Read: Dealing with Protestors: Minimizing Conflict While Protecting School Interests

Dealing with Protestors: Minimizing Conflict While Protecting School Interests

Here are some tips on how your college can meet its own goals while also accommodating the First Amendment rights of protestors.

Read: Our Biases and Denial Endanger the Lives of Police Officers

Our Biases and Denial Endanger the Lives of Police Officers

We owe it to our officers to fully comprehend and address the real security threats our country faces. Last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol proves that.

Read: The 2021 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Week!

The 2021 Campus Safety Online Summit Is This Week!

The 2021 Campus Safety Online Summit is Dec. 8-9 and will focus on active threats, copy-cat events, threat assessments, situational awareness, reunification and more. Register now!

Read: 1,800 NYC School Safety Agents Placed on Leave for Not Complying with Vax Mandate

1,800 NYC School Safety Agents Placed on Leave for Not Complying with Vax Mandate

Only 84% of New York City’s school safety agents have been vaccinated for COVID, so about 1,800 officers were placed on unpaid leave on Monday.

Read: Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Here are some of the lessons learned from college campus public safety and security executives who have responded to recent protests and riots.

Read: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bolsters Sexual Misconduct Prevention Efforts

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bolsters Sexual Misconduct Prevention Efforts

UNL’s chancellor announced the changes following five nights of protests by students over the school’s handling of sexual misconduct claims.

Read: Northern Virginia Community College Houses Hundreds of Afghan Refugees

Northern Virginia Community College Houses Hundreds of Afghan Refugees

Volunteers drum up donations for Afghans residing temporarily on the college campus.

Read: Study Finds Guns Lead to More Violent Protests

Study Finds Guns Lead to More Violent Protests

A new study has found that armed protests are six times more likely to turn violent than protests without guns.

Read: University Emergency Management’s Response Role in Civil Unrest

University Emergency Management’s Response Role in Civil Unrest

Just like in an active shooter situation, university emergency managers are increasingly asked to take a more active response role in just about all disasters, including protests, demonstrations, riot and other civil disturbances.

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