Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: At This School, Campus Safety Has Gone to the Dogs

At This School, Campus Safety Has Gone to the Dogs

This Tennessee middle school has retained the services of a retired K-9. Check out how the school incorporates this special dog to improve overall campus safety.

Read: What is Synthetic Weed? Know the Side Effects, Street Names and More

What is Synthetic Weed? Know the Side Effects, Street Names and More

In August, more than 70 people overdosed near a park in New Haven, Conn., after consuming synthetic weed laced with fentanyl.

Read: How to Address the Vaping and Drug Use Issue on Campus

How to Address the Vaping and Drug Use Issue on Campus

Although many forms of vaping are legal, vape pens are also being used by drug users to get high. Here’s how you can address this challenge.

Read: How to Shatter the Myths about Drugs and Alcohol

How to Shatter the Myths about Drugs and Alcohol

National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week is Jan. 22-28, and your school, college or hospital can participate. Here’s how to set up, promote and host your event.

Read: Are K9s and Other Animals Hard at Work on Your Campus? Send Us Their Photos!

Are K9s and Other Animals Hard at Work on Your Campus? Send Us Their Photos!

K9s, therapy dogs and other four-legged friends can make your campus a safer and happier place.

Read: Police Dog Hired After 6 Bomb Threats at Springfield Public Schools

Police Dog Hired After 6 Bomb Threats at Springfield Public Schools

The handler is a retired Springfield, Ill., police officer with 20 years of experience in training police dogs and their handlers.

Read: Police: 16-Year-Old Single-Handedly Sparked Weed Epidemic in Town

Police: 16-Year-Old Single-Handedly Sparked Weed Epidemic in Town

The student was allegedly bringing pounds of marijuana to his town from Colorado and California.

Bomb Detection Could Be the Latest Drone Application

A team of University of Wisconsin graduate students has developed an interesting new drone technology.

Read: Colorado Report Finds Increase in Hospital Visits from Marijuana Exposure

Colorado Report Finds Increase in Hospital Visits from Marijuana Exposure

The Department of Public Health’s report analyzed the effects of marijuana legalization in the state.

Read: Bucknell Settles Lawsuit over Residence Hall Search for $75,000

Bucknell Settles Lawsuit over Residence Hall Search for $75,000

The lawsuit concerned the search of private dorm rooms on campus.

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