Emergency Room Violence

Read: Patient Brings Pipe Bomb into Pennsylvania Emergency Room

Patient Brings Pipe Bomb into Pennsylvania Emergency Room

The pipe bomb was discovered by staff members who were logging the patient’s belongings after his admission to the hospital.

Read: Registration for the 2021 IAHSS Annual Conference and Exhibition Now Open

Registration for the 2021 IAHSS Annual Conference and Exhibition Now Open

Register by September 24 and save up to $250. The event is being held November 8-10 in Myrtle Beach.

Read: Attacks on Texas Hospital Employees on the Rise During Latest COVID Surge

Attacks on Texas Hospital Employees on the Rise During Latest COVID Surge

Long wait times sometimes prompt the attacks. Nearly 88% of hospital beds in Texas are in use, with more than 21% occupied by COVID-19 patients.

Read: Patient at Utah Hospital Attacks Nurses and Security Staff

Patient at Utah Hospital Attacks Nurses and Security Staff

The recent workplace violence incidents at McKay Dee Hospital are part of an escalating problem experienced by healthcare workers nationwide.

Read: Public Hospitals in San Francisco to Decrease Use of Law Enforcement

Public Hospitals in San Francisco to Decrease Use of Law Enforcement

The proposal recommends using mental health staff instead of law enforcement to respond to crises in hospitals.

Read: Body Camera Footage Reveals Identity of Police Officers Who Fired Shots in Fatal Hospital Shooting

Body Camera Footage Reveals Identity of Police Officers Who Fired Shots in Fatal Hospital Shooting

Newly released body camera video identifies two Columbus, Ohio, officers; four hospital security officers remain unnamed in ongoing investigation.

Read: Suspect Fatally Shot in Ohio Hospital Emergency Department

Suspect Fatally Shot in Ohio Hospital Emergency Department

The suspect who was in the emergency department for medical treatment exchanged gunfire with two police officers and a hospital security officer.

Read: University of Kentucky Hospital Emergency Departments Add More Security Measures

University of Kentucky Hospital Emergency Departments Add More Security Measures

Emergency department visitors will now be scanned with handheld metal detectors.

Read: Survey: Video Surveillance Continues to Be a Valuable Tool for Campus Protection Pros

Survey: Video Surveillance Continues to Be a Valuable Tool for Campus Protection Pros

Schools, colleges and hospitals use their security cameras for everything from entrance/exit monitoring and visitor verification to market research and more. Here’s the latest data on campus video surveillance usage, maintenance and buying trends.

Read: Fight Breaks Out in Silver Cross Hospital ER Over Infant’s Death

Fight Breaks Out in Silver Cross Hospital ER Over Infant’s Death

The melee was between two different foster families who were both helping raise the 6-month-old baby girl.

1 2 3 6
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety Conference Ed Spaces Registration Open Promo Campus Safety HQ