Drug Abuse

Read: 5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

As we approach the start of a new decade and take a look back at the last 10 years, campus safety and security have undeniably evolved. Here’s how.

Read: Bourne Public Schools Nurses to Be Equipped with Narcan

Bourne Public Schools Nurses to Be Equipped with Narcan

Bourne was the last town in the Cape Cod region to approve the carrying of Narcan, an opioid-overdose reversal drug, in its schools.

Read: 2 Chemistry Professors Suspected of Making Meth at Henderson State

2 Chemistry Professors Suspected of Making Meth at Henderson State

The alleged methamphetamine manufacturing scheme was discovered after police received a report of a chemical odor on the Arkansas campus.

Read: Vape Pens: How Students Are Using Them to Abuse Drugs

Vape Pens: How Students Are Using Them to Abuse Drugs

Concerns over the use of vape pens to inhale drugs continue to grow as hundreds of vaping-related illnesses have been reported.

Read: Wilson High School Removes Bathroom Stall Doors to Combat Vaping

Wilson High School Removes Bathroom Stall Doors to Combat Vaping

The Alabama high school decided to remove the doors from bathroom stalls after a student was found passed out in the bathroom from vaping.

Read: 21 Clery Crime Definitions and Scenario-Based Examples

21 Clery Crime Definitions and Scenario-Based Examples

Here’s a comprehensive list of crimes that fall under the Clery Act, along with their definitions and an example of each crime.

Read: UTSA Study: Vaping Linked to Adolescent Delinquency

UTSA Study: Vaping Linked to Adolescent Delinquency

The study found that in some cases, vaping is linked to a higher risk of delinquency than traditional substance abuse.

Read: See What’s Happening at This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

See What’s Happening at This Summer’s Campus Safety Conferences

Learn more about the important, can’t miss sessions coming to each conference city.

Read: Report: More Doctors Stealing Prescriptions, Commonly Opioids

Report: More Doctors Stealing Prescriptions, Commonly Opioids

The report from healthcare compliance analytics platform Protenus found that 94% of diversion incidents involve at least one opioid.

Read: Canadian Hospitals Report 138 Cases of Missing Fentanyl

Canadian Hospitals Report 138 Cases of Missing Fentanyl

The majority of the reported cases of missing fentanyl occurred in Ontario, followed by Alberta and Quebec.

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