Gang Prevention

Read: Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces Tackles Wide Variety of K-12, Higher Ed Protection Issues

Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces Tackles Wide Variety of K-12, Higher Ed Protection Issues

CSC at EDspaces provided valuable education and training on security technology, emergency and media management, active shooter response, and other hot topics to help college and school safety executives protect their campuses.

Read: Registration Now Open for This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference at EdSpaces

Registration Now Open for This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference at EdSpaces

The Campus Safety Conference will be co-locating with EdSpaces in Pittsburgh November 3-5.

Read: Duval County Public Schools Police Underreported Crime, Gang Activity

Duval County Public Schools Police Underreported Crime, Gang Activity

A new report claims DCPS administrators told its police chief not to report petty acts of misconduct or misdemeanors to law enforcement.

Read: Is MS-13 on Your Campus?

Is MS-13 on Your Campus?

Your school or institution of higher education might have MS-13 members on campus. Here’s how you can address this issue.

Read: FUSD Installs Security Cameras in All Elementary Schools

FUSD Installs Security Cameras in All Elementary Schools

Along with school safety, Fresno Unified School District hopes the added security help with the school’s after-hours vandalism issue.

Read: Is Your Hospital Prepared for Gang Violence and Injuries?

Is Your Hospital Prepared for Gang Violence and Injuries?

A South Los Angeles hospital VP shares three crucial steps to managing gang member patients admitted for gang-related injuries.

Read: Part 3 of 3: Real-World Solutions to Gangs on College Campuses

Part 3 of 3: Real-World Solutions to Gangs on College Campuses

Campuses that work with law enforcement, create policies and provide support to at-risk students have the best chance of discouraging gang involvement.

Read: Part 2 of 3: Colleges Must Work with K-12 Schools, Nearby Communities to Combat Gangs

Part 2 of 3: Colleges Must Work with K-12 Schools, Nearby Communities to Combat Gangs

Institutions of higher education, K-12 and community organizations are all battling the street and ethnic gang issue; partnerships are the key to success.

Campus Safety Magazine September 2017 Issue

Gangs on College Campuses

Read: Part 1 of 3: How to Handle Gangs on College Campuses

Part 1 of 3: How to Handle Gangs on College Campuses

Higher education administrators are often unaware of or ignore the fact that gang members are on their campuses — here’s how you can address it.

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