Here are Mark DeRee’s written answers to the questions that weren’t answered during his Campus Safety Online Summit presentation on the lessons Minneapolis College learned during last summer’s protests.
The move comes as some college students have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the January 6 National Capitol riot.
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.
Here are some resources that will help you prevent, respond and mitigate events that might happen on or around your campus.
The nurses’ COVID-19-related safety concerns are over inadequate staffing, PPE and testing.
Although PSU officers will no longer carry firearms, they will continue to be sworn officers with investigative and arrest capabilities. They will carry Tasers.
Election day is Tuesday, November 3. Is your campus ready to address these potential election-related security issues?
Local authorities say the anti-police protesters were blocking the hospital’s emergency room entrance and exits. There were about six or seven protesters.
The judge ruled UMN’s solution to its security concerns over Ben Shapiro’s speech was a “content-neutral place restriction in furtherance of public safety.”
UC Berkeley Police Chief Margo Bennett shares valuable lessons learned from hosting controversial speakers and subsequent protests and demonstrations.