Katherine Schweit, who is author of the FBI’s seminal research ‘A Study of 160 Active Shooter Incidents in the United States, 2000 – 2013,’ will present ‘The Mass Shooting Contagion Dilemma’ at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.
The Campus Safety Conference will be co-locating with EdSpaces in Pittsburgh November 3-5.
A new report claims DCPS administrators told its police chief not to report petty acts of misconduct or misdemeanors to law enforcement.
The author describes how her school’s use of SROs changed the culture of her campus. The approach was so successful that it was featured in the national and international media.
Additionally, major reforms are being implemented in the hiring and training of SROs.
The NetWalker ransomware gang says they will leak stolen server files if MSU officials do not pay an undisclosed ransom in seven days.
Your school or institution of higher education might have MS-13 members on campus. Here’s how you can address this issue.
A South Los Angeles hospital VP shares three crucial steps to managing gang member patients admitted for gang-related injuries.
Campuses that work with law enforcement, create policies and provide support to at-risk students have the best chance of discouraging gang involvement.
Institutions of higher education, K-12 and community organizations are all battling the street and ethnic gang issue; partnerships are the key to success.