Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


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Mass Shootings

Read: Officials Consider Demolishing Columbine High School

Officials Consider Demolishing Columbine High School

This past year alone, which marked 20 years since the shooting, more than 2,400 unauthorized visitors have attempted to access the campus.

Read: Electronic Doors Delayed Police Response During Virginia Beach Shooting

Electronic Doors Delayed Police Response During Virginia Beach Shooting

Responding officers were unable to quickly gain entry into the municipal building because they did not have access cards.

Read: Therapy Dogs Featured in Marjory Stoneman Douglas Yearbook

Therapy Dogs Featured in Marjory Stoneman Douglas Yearbook

Fourteen therapy dogs were brought in to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School following last year’s mass shooting.

Read: College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

College Campus Shooting Statistics You Should Know

A recent study found between the 2001-2002 and 2015-2016 school years, 437 people were shot in 190 college campus shooting incidents.

Read: CSUN Receives 2 Mass Shooting Threats, Campus Remains Open

CSUN Receives 2 Mass Shooting Threats, Campus Remains Open

The school increased security after receiving the threats but decided to keep the campus open based on the threat level.

Read: Starting a School District Police Department from Scratch

Starting a School District Police Department from Scratch

Mark Clark has been named CS K-12 Director of the Year for his efforts in building Val Verde USD’s Police Department from the ground up.

Read: Former Coaches of Thousand Oaks Gunman Speak About His Behavior

Former Coaches of Thousand Oaks Gunman Speak About His Behavior

Two former high school track coaches say the shooter’s behavior as a student was “out of control.” He assaulted one of them during practice.

Read: How Hospitals Can Manage Patient Surges Using Social Media

How Hospitals Can Manage Patient Surges Using Social Media

Here’s how hospitals can keep track of breaking incidents in their communities so they can provide appropriate treatment and security during patient surges.

Read: FBI Hosts Summit on Preventing School Shootings

FBI Hosts Summit on Preventing School Shootings

During a dayslong summit at its headquarters, FBI officials shared its findings of recent research into 63 active shooters.

Read: ER Doctors’ Poll: 90 Percent of Hospitals Not Prepared for Mass Tragedies

ER Doctors’ Poll: 90 Percent of Hospitals Not Prepared for Mass Tragedies

Nine out of 10 respondents also said their hospital lacks adequate stockpiles of critical medications necessary for major disasters.

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