Officer Training

ISU Police Officer Rescues Student From Burning Car

Read: What Prosecutors Want Campus Police Officers to Know

What Prosecutors Want Campus Police Officers to Know

How to look good, sound good, and do good on the witness stand.

Read: Hospital Director of the Year Makes the Business Case for Public Safety

Hospital Director of the Year Makes the Business Case for Public Safety

Congratulations to Saratoga Hospital Director of Public Safety John DiNovo for winning the Campus Safety Director of the Year, Healthcare award. By documenting the services provided by his officers, he was able to upgrade his institution’s security technology, revamp his department and improve security in his hospital’s emergency room.

IAHSS Responds To Hospital-Based Shootings Study

Read: 8 Do’s and Don’ts of Campus Safety Escorts

8 Do’s and Don’ts of Campus Safety Escorts

Security officers tasked with escorting students safely to their destinations on campus should be professional and courteous, and carry the proper equipment such as a flashlight and a radio.

Critics: New Calif. Law Gives School Police Too Much Power

MCLA Allows Campus Police To Carry Guns

Read: Safe Searching: The Standing Basic Search

Safe Searching: The Standing Basic Search

Conducting effective pat-down is an essential skill that deserves more attention in training.

Read: How UC Davis and WNCC Prepare for Campus Shootings

How UC Davis and WNCC Prepare for Campus Shootings

Realistic training and input from community partners is how UC Davis and Western Nebraska Community College ready their campuses for active shooter events.

You’ve Just Lost Your Top Emergency Management Employee. Now What?

Departments must be prepared for when important members of their teams leave.

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