Event Security

Read: Preparing for Presidential Campaigns and Protests on Campus

Preparing for Presidential Campaigns and Protests on Campus

The U.S. presidential campaign is heating up, and some events have turned violent. These 13 tips will help you address the security challenges associated with planned political actions.

My New Year’s Resolution: Focusing on What’s Right With Campus Security

Tell us about the heroes on your campus so we can give them the recognition they deserve.

Read: My New Year’s Resolution: Focusing on What’s Right With Campus Security

My New Year’s Resolution: Focusing on What’s Right With Campus Security

Tell us about the heroes on your campus so we can give them the recognition they deserve.

Read: Kansas Board Adjusts Guns on Campus Policy to Fit New State Law

Kansas Board Adjusts Guns on Campus Policy to Fit New State Law

The new policy would require individuals with guns to keep the weapons on their persons or in a secure storage device.

Fla. Teens Arrested After Shooting Outside High School Football Game

The teens reportedly fired the shots into the air from the stadium parking lot.

Read: Police Search for TSU Gunman

Police Search for TSU Gunman

One person was shot Tuesday after a poetry slam at Texas Southern University.

Read: Atlanta School District Adding to Police Force at Football Games

Atlanta School District Adding to Police Force at Football Games

The new police will be inside the stadium, at the stadium gates and walking the perimeter of the school.

Read: UMass Amherst Solves the ‘Blarney Blowout’

UMass Amherst Solves the ‘Blarney Blowout’

A year after an annual event known as Blarney Blowout caused national headlines for its chaos, the University of Massachusetts Amherst hosted an orderly, largely peaceful event by changing its approach.

Ala. City to Cut Police Services at School Athletic Events

Birmingham City Schools in Alabama has been told the city will no longer provide free police services at athletic events. District administrators say the decision has devastating budgetary consequences.

UMass Amherst Bans Visitors to This Year’s Barney Blowout

The ban will be in effect March 5-8 and is aimed at preventing violent, drunken disturbances that have occurred in the past.

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