Policies and Procedures

Read: U.S. Capitol Riot Aftermath: Bolster Your Campus Civil Unrest Plans Now

U.S. Capitol Riot Aftermath: Bolster Your Campus Civil Unrest Plans Now

Here are some resources that will help you prevent, respond and mitigate events that might happen on or around your campus.

Read: 10 Steps to Mitigating Possible Election-Related Unrest on Campus

10 Steps to Mitigating Possible Election-Related Unrest on Campus

Election day is Tuesday, November 3. Is your campus ready to address these potential election-related security issues?

Read: Key Considerations When Investing in Human Temperature Screening

Key Considerations When Investing in Human Temperature Screening

Consider all aspects of your temperature screaning solution and its effects on your security program, from policies and processes to privacy, compliance, environment and communication.

Read: COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

The coronavirus’ effects on campus policing encompasses everything from recruiting to training to procedures to privacy concerns to new equipment and more.

Read: University of Utah Creates 2 New Public Safety Committees

University of Utah Creates 2 New Public Safety Committees

The two new committees will be comprised of students, faculty and staff from across the institution.

Read: Pandemic Forcing Campuses to Make Big Access Control Changes

Pandemic Forcing Campuses to Make Big Access Control Changes

The coronavirus is impacting everything from policies to technology uses, according to the 2020 Campus Safety Access Control, Lock and Lockdown Survey.

Read: SIA Issues Facial Recognition Policy Guidelines

SIA Issues Facial Recognition Policy Guidelines

The Security Industry Association says all technology, including facial recognition, must only be used in a lawful, ethical and nondiscriminatory fashion.

Read: New Title IX Rules Are About to Take Effect. Is Your K-12 District Ready?

New Title IX Rules Are About to Take Effect. Is Your K-12 District Ready?

The new Title IX rules on sexual misconduct will become the law of the land August 14. School districts need to make significant changes now.

Read: 5 Strategies to Help Ensure School Safety When Campuses Reopen This Fall

5 Strategies to Help Ensure School Safety When Campuses Reopen This Fall

With the processes surrounding campus reopenings so uncertain, these five steps will help your school district evaluate and test your safety plans, as well as prepare your staff to make quick adjustments, if needed.

Read: Chadron State Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $900K

Chadron State Settles Title IX Lawsuit for $900K

The Title IX lawsuit claimed Chadron State failed to investigate a student’s abuse by her boyfriend, which led to her committing suicide.

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