Security risk management professionals share lessons learned from working with higher education institutions to establish comprehensive threat and risk management plans.
New guidance from the IAHSS will help healthcare security pros make the case for technology, training and other solutions that bolster facility protection.
Here’s some more research on hospital workplace violence, as well as information on three more incidents that happened recently.
The virtual event, happening Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, will also feature two keynotes, including a panel of previous Director of the Year winners, two general sessions, and two live raffles.
Relying solely on police to address school safety challenges is best explained by the old adage: “When you are a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”
Prosecutors say former OBGYN Robert Hadden sexually abused dozens of his female patients, including minors, over many years.
The independent review was prompted by allegations that a former coach sexually assaulted and doped female members of the cross country team.
A lawsuit filed by two former students claims the coaches knew about the school’s former cross-country coach’s abuse and did nothing to stop it.
Six higher education police chiefs and security directors discuss endeavors that have led to improved student, staff, and visitor safety.
Partner with DHS’ “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign to raise awareness of signs of suspicious activity on your campus.