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Read: Big Changes Are Coming to Campus Security. Are You Ready?

Big Changes Are Coming to Campus Security. Are You Ready?

To effectively navigate the changes prompted by the defund-the-police movement, campus security pros must collaborate with other stakeholders, use the right security technologies and embrace new opportunities.

Read: EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!

EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!

EDspaces is an educational facilities conference taking place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 3-5.

Read: Funding for Healthy Buildings and Indoor Air Quality Upgrades

Funding for Healthy Buildings and Indoor Air Quality Upgrades

Here’s how schools and universities can use CARES Act funding to pay for upgrades to their HVAC systems and other technology solutions to make their campuses safer.

Read: Opinion: Knee-Jerk Removal of Police from Schools Might Not Make Students Safer

Opinion: Knee-Jerk Removal of Police from Schools Might Not Make Students Safer

Any change to the deployment of campus police should be thoughtfully considered and carefully monitored by law enforcement, school staff and parents.

Read: New York Governor Announces $59.9 Million for School Technology Upgrades

New York Governor Announces $59.9 Million for School Technology Upgrades

The $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act supports classroom technology, high-tech security and school connectivity.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Jeffrey Yarbrough

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Jeffrey Yarbrough

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: ACLU, Over 150 Civil Rights Orgs Urge President Biden to End Federal Funding for Police in Schools

ACLU, Over 150 Civil Rights Orgs Urge President Biden to End Federal Funding for Police in Schools

The letter urging the end of federal funding for school police comes ahead of the White House submitting its FY 2022 budget.

Read: Los Angeles School Board Cuts 133 Police Department Positions

Los Angeles School Board Cuts 133 Police Department Positions

Additionally, the use of pepper spray has been banned, and $25 million will be diverted from the Los Angeles School Police Department’s budget.

Read: USC to Hold Forums Re-Evaluating Campus Public Safety Department

USC to Hold Forums Re-Evaluating Campus Public Safety Department

The series of forums was prompted by the death of George Floyd, as well as demands from student groups, activists and faculty wanting USC to fight racism on campus.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Timothy Grant

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Timothy Grant

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

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