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Read: Maintaining Access Control Expertise on Campus During the Great Resignation

Maintaining Access Control Expertise on Campus During the Great Resignation

Here’s how college campuses can maintain and even improve access control despite the recent increased rate of employee attrition and resulting loss of institutional knowledge.

Read: Uvalde Preliminary Report Details ‘Systemic Failures’ in School Shooting Response

Uvalde Preliminary Report Details ‘Systemic Failures’ in School Shooting Response

The report describes ‘lackadaisical’ responses by multiple law enforcement agencies and inadequate safety practices at Robb Elementary.

Read: The Crucial Role of Family Liaison Officers Following a School Crisis

The Crucial Role of Family Liaison Officers Following a School Crisis

After Sandy Hook, 26 officers and troopers were assigned to the families who lost loved ones, tasked with completing both simple and heartbreaking duties.

Read: Arkansas Considers Adopting Unified Law Enforcement Response to School Shootings

Arkansas Considers Adopting Unified Law Enforcement Response to School Shootings

Unified response would hopefully reduce confusion among officers and agencies responding to school shootings.

Read: Opinion: Implications for Future Active Shooter Response

Opinion: Implications for Future Active Shooter Response

The term ‘active shooter’ must evolve, as should law enforcement’s response, policies, and training on active incidents.

Read: Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Adapting School Suicide Prevention Programs for Students of Color

Schools can improve their suicide prevention efforts by adopting the SOAR (Self-Awareness, Outreach, Adaptation, and Repair) framework.

Read: How Appalachian State’s Police Officer Development Program is Revolutionizing Policing

How Appalachian State’s Police Officer Development Program is Revolutionizing Policing

The program exceeds North Carolina’s minimum police training standards by hundreds of hours and students graduate as fully sworn officers.

Read: Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

School police officers must be able to recognize traits associated with autism, as well as adopt strategies that can foster positive interactions with students with special needs.

Read: How Trauma-Informed Campus Policing Can Make Investigations More Effective

How Trauma-Informed Campus Policing Can Make Investigations More Effective

Trauma-informed investigations of sexual assaults and other violent crimes enables investigators to convict more perpetrators.

Read: Spotlight on Healthcare Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Joey Hunter

Spotlight on Healthcare Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Joey Hunter

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

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