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Information Sharing

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.

Read: Survey: 95 Percent of Hospital CIOs Concerned with Data Breaches

Survey: 95 Percent of Hospital CIOs Concerned with Data Breaches

The survey was administered to over 100 hospital CIOs who are members of the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).

Read: Should You Believe the Media? Learn to Identify Fake News

Should You Believe the Media? Learn to Identify Fake News

We owe it to our campuses to hone our media evaluation skills so that we base our decisions on facts and common sense.

OCR Reaches $2M HIPAA Settlement with Calif. Healthcare System

The settlement comes after the healthcare system self-reported the potential disclosure of 31,800 people’s protected health information.

Calif. Elementary School Installs 30 New Security Cameras

The campus’ old video surveillance system’s images weren’t clear enough for administrators to identify suspects.

Read: The College Admissions Process and Campus Security

The College Admissions Process and Campus Security

The Department of Ed wants universities to admit more individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system, yet colleges are also under pressure to improve security. How can we achieve both goals?

Read: Orlando Mass Shooting Highlights the Need for Screening of  New and Long-term Employees

Orlando Mass Shooting Highlights the Need for Screening of New and Long-term Employees

Do you conduct periodic background checks of long-term employees, as well as screen new hires? It’s something you should consider.

Dept. of Ed: Don’t Ask Questions about Past Arrests, Convictions During College Application Process

U.S. Department of Education says delaying the request for information on criminal justice involvement until after an admission decision has been made will encourage more individuals trying to turn their lives around to apply for college.

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