Officer Retention

Read: Think Creativity Doesn’t Apply to Campus Security? Think Again.

Think Creativity Doesn’t Apply to Campus Security? Think Again.

Campus security and creativity are not mutually exclusive. New ideas are needed to address today’s evolving challenges.

Read: Yale University Police Protesting Delays in New Contract

Yale University Police Protesting Delays in New Contract

Yale University police have not had a collective bargaining agreement with the school since June 2016.

Read: Biola University Honors Its Officers, Staff and Others for Improving Campus Public Safety

Biola University Honors Its Officers, Staff and Others for Improving Campus Public Safety

Twelve campus public safety department employees receive awards for their work in 2017.

Read: Los Angeles IAHSS Recognizes Hospital Security Officers Who Go Above and Beyond

Los Angeles IAHSS Recognizes Hospital Security Officers Who Go Above and Beyond

Hospital security officers who work in Los Angeles and Orange County hospitals receive awards for their outstanding work.

Read: Security Guard Hiring: A Guide for Colleges, Hospitals and Schools

Security Guard Hiring: A Guide for Colleges, Hospitals and Schools

Using a little extra effort when you’re hiring security guards or officers for your campus can go a long way toward improving your department.

Read: The Effects of Trauma on Campus First Responders and Staff

The Effects of Trauma on Campus First Responders and Staff

Even if first responders and staff aren’t directly affected by a tragedy, they can still experience secondary trauma and develop PTSD.

Read: Public v. Private College Peace Officers—What’s the Difference?

Public v. Private College Peace Officers—What’s the Difference?

In California, private college public safety officers aren’t designated as peace officers, which some say hinder them in their responses to active shooters and sexual assault.

Read: Study Finds Many Colleges May Be Neglecting Emergency Preparedness

Study Finds Many Colleges May Be Neglecting Emergency Preparedness

One in four institutions of higher education have never conducted any type of active shooter exercise on campus.

The Soul of the Security Officer: Recruiting Staff Who Will Stay

Here’s why you should weigh the hidden ambitions and drives that motivate the hopeful candidate sitting across the interviewing table and how Jungian archetypes can help you make better hiring decisions.

How to Keep Patient Watches from Eroding Your Hospital Public Safety Department

Assistants could help ease the workload of security officers monitoring behavioral health, violent or intoxicated patients.

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