Emergency Response

Read: California School Adopts Gunfire Detection, Alert Solution to Improve Safety

California School Adopts Gunfire Detection, Alert Solution to Improve Safety

Newark Memorial High School is partnering with SST Inc. to incorporate a gunfire detection, location and alert solution to the school

Read: Charleston Shooter First Considered Targeting School

Charleston Shooter First Considered Targeting School

Dylann Roof, who shot and killed nine African Americans in a church last week, originally planned to shoot up the College of Charleston, according to Roof’s friend.

Read: National Forum to Give Away Keynote Speaker’s Book

National Forum to Give Away Keynote Speaker’s Book

50 people registered for the Campus Safety National Forum will receive a FREE copy of Staying Alive: How to Act Fast and Survive Deadly Encounters.

National Forum to Give Away Keynote Speaker’s Book

50 people registered for the Campus Safety National Forum will receive a FREE copy of Staying Alive: How to Act Fast and Survive Deadly Encounters.

Read: Exercises: The Tool for Evaluating Plans, Training and Preparedness

Exercises: The Tool for Evaluating Plans, Training and Preparedness

Emergency plans must be practiced and then evaluated so they will be effective.

Read: Choking Teacher Saved By School Resource Officer in New Jersey

Choking Teacher Saved By School Resource Officer in New Jersey

A New jersey school resource officer performed the Heimlich maneuver to save a choking teacher.

Read: 2 Universities Take Steps to Improve School Security

2 Universities Take Steps to Improve School Security

Marquette University has created a police department, and the University of New Mexico created a student-run medical service to improve school safety.

‘Spice’ Sends Over 300 People to ER in Miss. and Ala.

Alabama and Mississippi have handled over 300 cases of ‘spice’ overdoses in the last month according to health officials.

See What Hospital Security Experts Will Present at the Campus Safety National Forum in D.C.

The Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C. will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.

Miami School Makes Emergency Plans Available to Staff via Mobile Devices

Palmer Trinity School is now using a mobile safety app to provide 130 staff members with step-by-step instructions for 18 distinct emergency responses.

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