Officer Recruitment

Read: Survey: Nonsworn Hospital Security Officer Pay on the Upswing

Survey: Nonsworn Hospital Security Officer Pay on the Upswing

Campus Safety magazine survey also found that more departments are arming officers with less lethal weapons and want additional or upgraded security cameras.

Read: SC County Council Approves Tax Hike to Fund SROs

SC County Council Approves Tax Hike to Fund SROs

School resource officers are expected to be ready to serve by the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year.

Fla. District Suspends Deployment of Additional Security Officers at Schools

Hillsborough schools had a four year, $4.5 million plan to deploy security officers at every public elementary school in the county.

U.S. Campuses Announce New Police, Security and Title IX Appointments

Several colleges and school districts around the nation have appointed new police chiefs, security directors or Title IX coordinators in the past three months. Here’s who has been hired so far.

Read: The Dispositions of Effective College Public Safety Officers

The Dispositions of Effective College Public Safety Officers

Campus police officers possess different qualities than their traditional counterparts, including empathy and the ability to think outside of the box.

Read: Mental Health Rules Fall Short for Armed Security Officers

Mental Health Rules Fall Short for Armed Security Officers

Currently, only four states require armed security officers to undergo mental health screenings.

Staff Changes Lead to Success at NOVA

CS’ higher ed Director of the Year describes how he attracts quality recruits to his campus police department.

Read: U of Cincinnati Hires New Director of Public Safety

U of Cincinnati Hires New Director of Public Safety

Jason Goodrich, former chief of police at Lamar University, is set to join UC in early November.

Read: How to Improve Security Officer Morale

How to Improve Security Officer Morale

Director of the Year Finalist Chris Cromer says providing a career path will keep officers happy and reduce attrition.

Eastern Michigan U Invests $1.7M in Campus Security

Funds will pay for more security cameras, lighting and police.

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