School and university security, public safety and emergency management pros came eager to learn and network last week at the first in-person Campus Safety Conference since 2019.
Connecticut, Kentucky and New Jersey school districts are focusing on security and have now provided the funding to proceed.
“Two new grant programs offered through the Ohio School Safety Center will help schools and universities pinpoint any weaknesses in their physical security and make needed improvements and upgrades.”
Here’s how to assess your school environment, develop new policies and procedures, and use processes to drive your security technology choices.
Here’s how campuses can safely reopen post-COVID and why schools need mobile panic alarms.
A whole lot of federal funding has just become available for things like HVAC, video surveillance, access control, emergency communications and other system upgrades related to campus security and safety.
The superintedent was charged with lying to a grand jury last week.
The federal government is offering billions of dollars of funding to improve the long-term safety and health of schools and institutions of higher education.
Corona-Norco USD’s Steven Ellis describes the steps he and his district took to obtain grant funding and properly manage the projects stemming from those grants.
This discussion will help participants analyze, understand, and assess their own program effectiveness.
This session will focus on improving college campus threat assessments, response and cyber safety in the post–COVID world.