Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Read: Feds Set Up Fake Mich. University in Immigration Sting

Feds Set Up Fake Mich. University in Immigration Sting

Homeland Security agents set up a fake college, the University of Farmington, to lure in foreign students allegedly staying in the U.S. illegally.

Read: Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Why You Should Use Fusion Centers to Improve Campus Safety

Collaborating with local Fusion Centers can be an invaluable way for schools and hospitals to bolster their security operations.

Read: A Building Risk Assessment Checklist From the NFPA

A Building Risk Assessment Checklist From the NFPA

The NFPA’s active shooter guidance gives details on what information officials should be gathering during building risk assessments.

Read: DHS Announces 2018 Preparedness Grant Opportunities

DHS Announces 2018 Preparedness Grant Opportunities

The preparedness grants, aimed to improve the nation’s readiness in preventing and responding to emergencies, total over $1.6 billion.

Read: Inside Experts’ Push to Steer The School Security Industry Toward Collaboration, Best Practices

Inside Experts’ Push to Steer The School Security Industry Toward Collaboration, Best Practices

The future of school security rests on officials’ ability to recognize vulnerabilities, identify appropriate solutions and understand what resources are available to them.

Read: Genetec Receives SAFETY Act Certification from Homeland Security

Genetec Receives SAFETY Act Certification from Homeland Security

Genetec Security Center is the only unified security platform technology to receive the SAFETY Act Certification by Homeland Security.

Read: U.S. Army Virtual Active Shooter Training Expands to Teachers

U.S. Army Virtual Active Shooter Training Expands to Teachers

The program was created by the U.S. Army and the Department of Homeland Security and has been used by police officers and first responders.

Read: UC Sues Trump Administration over DACA Repeal

UC Sues Trump Administration over DACA Repeal

UC President Janet Napolitano was secretary of the Department of Homeland Security from 2009 to 2013 and helped create the DACA program.

Read: As More Bomb Threats Target Jewish Schools, Senators Demand Swift Action

As More Bomb Threats Target Jewish Schools, Senators Demand Swift Action

Every Senator signed a letter demanding the FBI, Homeland Security and Attorney General do more to stop the bomb threats.

Read: HHS Warns of Terrorist Attacks on Hospitals

HHS Warns of Terrorist Attacks on Hospitals

The warning follows the encouragement of lone wolf attacks in the U.S. by ISIS.

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