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Read: Responding to Abusive Patient Behavior: 10 Ways to Defuse Incidents

Responding to Abusive Patient Behavior: 10 Ways to Defuse Incidents

Here are 10 tips on managing abusive individuals discusses how staff members can take action to prevent or mitigate dangerous behavior.

Read: How to Help Homeless Students

How to Help Homeless Students

Identifying the children and youth who are homeless on campus, providing them with the services they need and developing good community relations will ensure school administrators and protection professionals are doing everything possible to keep at-risk kids from falling through the cracks.

Read: When the Homeless Come to Campus: Balancing Security With Empathy

When the Homeless Come to Campus: Balancing Security With Empathy

Incorporating access control and referring homeless adults to appropriate resources can keep kids safe while helping those who are less fortunate.

Read: When Responding to Grant RFPs, Give Them What They Want

When Responding to Grant RFPs, Give Them What They Want

An important key to writing an effective grant application is knowing how to read and understand the Request for Proposal (RFP) so you’ll meet the grant funding source’s requirements.

Read: Smarter Hiring: Reducing the Insider Threat

Smarter Hiring: Reducing the Insider Threat

By trying to save a few bucks by not conducting an employee background check, you might have just hired a criminal.

Read: How to Prevent Bombings at Campus Events

How to Prevent Bombings at Campus Events

Access control, metal detection and limiting the size of packages allowed into your event will help boost security.

Read: 10 Practices to Improve Campus Notification

10 Practices to Improve Campus Notification

The following is a breakdown of best practices for campus safety officials to guarantee information gets to the entire campus in case of an emergency:

Take It From the Experts When Crafting Your Messages

No matter what type of mass notification systems your campus uses, one critical step must not be forgotten: The creation and delivery of the actual content of the emergency notification. The following experts provide some sage advice on making your messages count.

Read: Florida State Aims for ‘Easy Button’ Solution to Mass Notification

Florida State Aims for ‘Easy Button’ Solution to Mass Notification

Institutions cannot afford to have an emergency notification system that takes minutes to verify an emergency, draft a message, seek approval and/or send the alert. To address this challenge, Florida State University, in conjunction with Siemens, has developed a centralized activation portal for its FSU ALERT emergency notification system.

How to Plan for Campus Health Emergencies

Here are some of the lessons learned from the 2009 H1N1 pandemic scare that campus officials can apply to future planning and response processes.

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