Domestic Violence

Read: Solving Your Emergency Department’s Security Challenges

Solving Your Emergency Department’s Security Challenges

Following healthcare security industry guidelines, providing training and developing threat assessment teams are just some of the ways you can protect your hospital’s ED.

Read: Justice Department Announces Plan to Administer Grant Funding Opportunities for FY 2024 to Strengthen Community Safety

Justice Department Announces Plan to Administer Grant Funding Opportunities for FY 2024 to Strengthen Community Safety

DOJ is inviting organizations, agencies, institutions, and nonprofits to apply for funding from more than 200 grant programs.

Read: How to Conduct Trauma-Informed Sexual Assault Investigations 

How to Conduct Trauma-Informed Sexual Assault Investigations 

Initial victim contacts, physical and digital evidence collection, and proper trauma-informed interview techniques all play a significant role.

Read: Tinder Releases Safe Dating Guide for College Students

Tinder Releases Safe Dating Guide for College Students

The popular dating app sees the highest number of new 18-year-old members between the months of August and September, when freshman orientations are underway.

Read: 2 Dead in Murder-Suicide at Columbus State University

2 Dead in Murder-Suicide at Columbus State University

Both victims were students at the school and were found dead in and next to a vehicle.

Read: Domestic Violence Suspect, Police Officer Fatally Shot at Perry County Memorial Hospital

Domestic Violence Suspect, Police Officer Fatally Shot at Perry County Memorial Hospital

The suspect was shot and killed by responding officers after he fatally shot Tell City Police Sergeant Heather Glenn.

Read: Study: Toxic Teen Relationships Can Have Lasting Health Consequences

Study: Toxic Teen Relationships Can Have Lasting Health Consequences

The study linked teen dating violence with symptoms of depression in young women for up to six years after the relationship has ended.

Read: Rose State College Student Shot to Death on Campus

Rose State College Student Shot to Death on Campus

The suspect confronted his wife and the 20-year-old victim, who were both students at Rose State, as they were leaving a campus building.

Read: Anti-Trafficking Expert to Keynote 18th Annual Conference on Crimes Against Women

Anti-Trafficking Expert to Keynote 18th Annual Conference on Crimes Against Women

Nearly 50 million people are trafficked around the world and it is estimated 10,000 to 150,000 people are trafficked in the United States each year.

Read: How Hospitals Can Develop a Strong Perimeter Security Strategy

How Hospitals Can Develop a Strong Perimeter Security Strategy

Technologies like ALPR and video can provide real-time information about potential threats and help prevent unauthorized perimeter access.

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