Policies and Procedures

Read: Dealing with Protestors: Minimizing Conflict While Protecting School Interests

Dealing with Protestors: Minimizing Conflict While Protecting School Interests

Here are some tips on how your college can meet its own goals while also accommodating the First Amendment rights of protestors.

Read: Schools, Universities and Hospitals Increasingly Invest in Video Surveillance

Schools, Universities and Hospitals Increasingly Invest in Video Surveillance

Now more than ever, educational and healthcare facilities value their video surveillance systems and continue to acquire a growing array of equipment and solutions.

Read: 4 Ways to Address Child Sexual Abuse in Your Campus Community

4 Ways to Address Child Sexual Abuse in Your Campus Community

Here’s how your school can prevent and respond to child sexual abuse, whether it’s perpetrated by adults or students.

Read: Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Cost-Effective Ways to Enhance School Safety

Here are several examples of school safety improvements that can be implemented at little or no cost.

Read: San Jose State to Pay $1.6M to Students Assaulted by Athletic Trainer

San Jose State to Pay $1.6M to Students Assaulted by Athletic Trainer

The DOJ found that SJSU failed for more than a decade to respond adequately to reports of sexual assault of female student-athletes by an athletic trainer then working at the university.

Read: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bolsters Sexual Misconduct Prevention Efforts

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bolsters Sexual Misconduct Prevention Efforts

UNL’s chancellor announced the changes following five nights of protests by students over the school’s handling of sexual misconduct claims.

Read: Parents Voice Preferences Regarding Vaccines and Masks for Children

Parents Voice Preferences Regarding Vaccines and Masks for Children

About twice as many parents whose child’s school encouraged vaccination report that their child is vaccinated compared to those whose schools did not.

Read: Active Shooter Expert, Former Prosecutor to Keynote This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference

Active Shooter Expert, Former Prosecutor to Keynote This Fall’s Campus Safety Conference

Katherine Schweit, who is author of the FBI’s seminal research ‘A Study of 160 Active Shooter Incidents in the United States, 2000 – 2013,’ will present ‘The Mass Shooting Contagion Dilemma’ at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.

Read: UPDATE — Masks in Schools: Florida Mask Mandate Ban Being Challenged in Court

UPDATE — Masks in Schools: Florida Mask Mandate Ban Being Challenged in Court

Mask policies differ widely among school districts, colleges and states as campus administrators plan for upcoming school year, creating confusion over who’s in charge of making the rules.

Read: Parent of 13-Year-Old Who Shot and Killed a Classmate May Also be Charged

Parent of 13-Year-Old Who Shot and Killed a Classmate May Also be Charged

The father of the student shot a man in 2018 in the school pickup line at a different campus.

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