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New Jersey’s Higher Education Peer Review Program

Institutions of higher education in New Jersey are required to participate in a peer review program. The process, which is the only one of its kind in the nation, gives colleges and universities a way to review the laws that impact them and assess how or if they are meeting the requirements of those laws. It also provides them a baseline for campus safety and security.

Ill. School Safety Legislation Stalled in Committee

Partnership Takes Aim at Retail Crime

USC Increases Patrols in Response to Student Deaths

7 Lessons From the Oikos U. Shooting

Last week’s shooting highlights the need for intelligence sharing, mass notification, access control, security officers, cooperation with local law enforcement and media management plans.

Read: Campus Safety’s Top Blogs of 2011

Campus Safety’s Top Blogs of 2011

Access control, Occupy Wall Street, mass notification, flash mobs and guns on campus were just some of the hot topics this year.

Teen Threatened ‘Columbine-Style’ Attack of Illinois High School

U.S. Dept. of Ed Announces New Student Privacy Safeguards

Read: Healthcare Facilities, Police Grapple With Prisoner Escapes

Healthcare Facilities, Police Grapple With Prisoner Escapes

IHSS Foundation study highlights incident frequency and reporting shortcomings. Report calls for Clery-type law to be enacted for hospitals.

If You See Something, Say Something

An important reminder as we come up on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

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