Officer Safety

Read: 2021’s Best and Worst States for Police Officers

2021’s Best and Worst States for Police Officers

WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 30 key indicators of police-friendliness.

Read: Police Break Up Massive Party Near CU Boulder Campus

Police Break Up Massive Party Near CU Boulder Campus

Authorities estimate that nearly 800 people attended the CU Boulder party. Responding officers were injured and vehicles were damaged.

Read: Tulane Police Officer Fatally Shot by Man Who Wouldn’t Wear Mask

Tulane Police Officer Fatally Shot by Man Who Wouldn’t Wear Mask

The Tulane University Corporal was working security detail at a high school basketball game when he was shot and killed.

Read: For Schools to Recover from COVID, Collaboration Will Be Key

For Schools to Recover from COVID, Collaboration Will Be Key

The pandemic has shown we need to quickly engage a much wider group of professionals, including those in facilities management, HVAC, architecture, mental health and more.

Read: Man Attacks 2 Massachusetts Hospital Security Officers

Man Attacks 2 Massachusetts Hospital Security Officers

One hospital security officer was punched in the nose, while the other was hit in the ribs.

Read: Pa. Private Security Officers Want Access to COVID-19 Vaccine

Pa. Private Security Officers Want Access to COVID-19 Vaccine

Some say contract security officers in Pennsylvania are being overlooked in the state’s vaccination priorities.

Read: Our Biases and Denial Endanger the Lives of Police Officers

Our Biases and Denial Endanger the Lives of Police Officers

We owe it to our officers to fully comprehend and address the real security threats our country faces. Last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol proves that.

Read: CORRECTION: El Centro College Police Officer Injured in Shooting

CORRECTION: El Centro College Police Officer Injured in Shooting

One of two campus police officers in Dallas was shot as they tried to arrest a man for violating probation.

Read: Portland State Delays the Disarming of Its Campus Safety Officers

Portland State Delays the Disarming of Its Campus Safety Officers

Although PSU officers will no longer carry firearms, they will continue to be sworn officers with investigative and arrest capabilities. They will carry Tasers.

Read: Connecticut School Security Officer Dies from COVID-19

Connecticut School Security Officer Dies from COVID-19

Pedro “Peter” Gonzalez worked for U.S. Allied Security and was the primary security officer during after-school activities at Simsbury High School.

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