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Metal Detection

Read: Pennsylvania School Safety Grant Winners Announced

Pennsylvania School Safety Grant Winners Announced

$6.5 million in competitive grants have been awarded for the training and compensation of SROs and school police officers, and to prevent and reduce violence.

Read: How to Prevent Bombings at Campus Events

How to Prevent Bombings at Campus Events

Access control, metal detection and limiting the size of packages allowed into your event will help boost security.

Kansas College Hospitals Preparing to Allow Guns on Campus

The hospitals plan to hire additional police officers and to ban guns in certain buildings.

Read: Are Your Security Measures Just for Show?

Are Your Security Measures Just for Show?

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, schools, universities and hospitals can’t afford to have security that looks good but doesn’t actually provide protection.

Read: Campus Safety Video News Roundup

Campus Safety Video News Roundup

In this week’s edition of Campus Safety’s news round up, we look at the issue of metal detectors in schools.

Read: Baltimore Student Dies in Hospital after Classroom Stabbing

Baltimore Student Dies in Hospital after Classroom Stabbing

The last time a student was killed in a Baltimore city school was in 2008.

Read: MetLife Stadium Adopts New Weapons Screening System

MetLife Stadium Adopts New Weapons Screening System

Fans entering a football game or concert at MetLife Stadium will be walking through metal detectors, or magnetometers, this season to improve stadium safety.

Read: Concealed-Carry Law Poses Security Challenges for Kansas Colleges

Concealed-Carry Law Poses Security Challenges for Kansas Colleges

Kansans will be allowed to carry concealed guns without a concealed-carry permit or training.

Read: Concealed Carry Law Costs Idaho Colleges $3.7M

Concealed Carry Law Costs Idaho Colleges $3.7M

Five Idaho colleges expect to rack up $3.7 million in expenses for the year to increase campus security following the passage of a law allowing concealed weapons on campus.

Read: NYC Schools Nab Over 1,200 Weapons in 2013-14

NYC Schools Nab Over 1,200 Weapons in 2013-14

Knives were the most common weapon removed from students.

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