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Event Security

Read: 1 Dead, 2 Arrested in Shooting Outside Georgia High School Graduation

1 Dead, 2 Arrested in Shooting Outside Georgia High School Graduation

One woman was killed in a shooting Friday night following a commencement ceremony for the Perry Career Academy in Jonesboro.

Read: UC Berkeley Commission Issues Report on Controversial Events

UC Berkeley Commission Issues Report on Controversial Events

The report blamed violent campus protests on a coordinated campaign to organize events on college campuses likely to incite violent reactions.

Read: Free Speech Lawsuit Against UC Berkeley Upheld by Federal Judge

Free Speech Lawsuit Against UC Berkeley Upheld by Federal Judge

The lawsuit was filed by two conservative groups after UC Berkeley canceled an appearance by conservative commentator Ann Coulter in 2017.

Read: 10 Best Practices When Deploying Metal Detectors

10 Best Practices When Deploying Metal Detectors

Here are some things experts say schools must consider before placing metal detectors in schools or using them at sporting events.

Read: Mass Screening Using Ferromagnetic Detection at Large Campus Events

Mass Screening Using Ferromagnetic Detection at Large Campus Events

Learn how a ferromagnetic detection system (FMDS) used at a venue’s perimeter can prevent mass casualties by detecting weapons before terrorists get too close.

Read: Q&A: Event Management and Security Advice from UK Police Chief Joe Monroe

Q&A: Event Management and Security Advice from UK Police Chief Joe Monroe

University of Kentucky Police Chief Joe Monroe talks about recent terrorist attacks, the importance of information sharing and emergency drills in this quick Q&A.

Read: 5 Arrested During Counter-Protest at UW College Republicans Rally

5 Arrested During Counter-Protest at UW College Republicans Rally

A judge also denied the University of Washington’s attempt to charge the student-run organization $17,000 for security fees incurred for hosting the event on campus.

Read: UF Accidentally Pays Alachua County for Richard Spencer Security Fees

UF Accidentally Pays Alachua County for Richard Spencer Security Fees

UF is requesting the money back after a university spokesperson says the reimbursement was made following an “internal miscommunication”.

Read: Why You Should Know About NCS4

Why You Should Know About NCS4

Those involved with event security can leverage NCS4 conferences, training and other resources to improve their safety and emergency preparedness efforts.

Read: Texas Tech Fined, WVU Player Reprimanded After Fans Storm Court

Texas Tech Fined, WVU Player Reprimanded After Fans Storm Court

The Big 12 has fined Texas Tech $25,000 after fans stormed the court, making it difficult for West Virginia players to safely exit the arena.

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