First Amendment

Read: UPDATE: ACLU Arizona Files Lawsuit Against State’s Ban on Recording Police

UPDATE: ACLU Arizona Files Lawsuit Against State’s Ban on Recording Police

HB 2319 makes it a crime to record police officers within eight feet of law enforcement activity which the ACLU says violates the First Amendment.

Read: University System of Georgia Nixes Free Speech Zones

University System of Georgia Nixes Free Speech Zones

Georgia is the 22nd state to ban free speech zones which are designated areas where people can hold protests and rallies.

Read: Dealing with Protestors: Minimizing Conflict While Protecting School Interests

Dealing with Protestors: Minimizing Conflict While Protecting School Interests

Here are some tips on how your college can meet its own goals while also accommodating the First Amendment rights of protestors.

Read: National Education Association Asks Tech Companies to ‘Put Public Safety Over Profits’

National Education Association Asks Tech Companies to ‘Put Public Safety Over Profits’

The letter was sent to Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok and Twitter regarding the rising tide of violence against educators.

Read: Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Responding to Civil Unrest: Creating Policies for Maintaining Security and University Support

Here are some of the lessons learned from college campus public safety and security executives who have responded to recent protests and riots.

Read: SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

SCOTUS Rules Student’s Snapchat Cursing is Within First Amendment Rights

The 8-1 vote by the U.S. Supreme Court says suspending a cheerleader for swearing off school property is unconstitutional.

Read: How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

Institutions of higher education can ban, expel or refuse to recognize a problematic student organization, but that doesn’t mean the issues associated with that group will magically go away.

Read: Chemeketa CC Changes Free Speech Policy After Anti-Abortion Group Files Suit

Chemeketa CC Changes Free Speech Policy After Anti-Abortion Group Files Suit

The old policies limited student group demonstrations to two quad areas and required that permission be secured two weeks in advance.

Read: 10 Steps to Mitigating Possible Election-Related Unrest on Campus

10 Steps to Mitigating Possible Election-Related Unrest on Campus

Election day is Tuesday, November 3. Is your campus ready to address these potential election-related security issues?

Read: Conservative Commentator Loses Free-Speech Lawsuit Against UMN

Conservative Commentator Loses Free-Speech Lawsuit Against UMN

The judge ruled UMN’s solution to its security concerns over Ben Shapiro’s speech was a “content-neutral place restriction in furtherance of public safety.”

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