Policies and Procedures

Read: How IAHSS’ Incident Data Initiative Will Improve Hospital Security

How IAHSS’ Incident Data Initiative Will Improve Hospital Security

New guidance from the IAHSS will help healthcare security pros make the case for technology, training and other solutions that bolster facility protection.

Read: Opinion: Are Campus Police Impeding or Improving School Safety’s Progress?

Opinion: Are Campus Police Impeding or Improving School Safety’s Progress?

Relying solely on police to address school safety challenges is best explained by the old adage: “When you are a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”

Read: Huntington University Hires Independent Team to Review Title IX, Sexual Misconduct Policies

Huntington University Hires Independent Team to Review Title IX, Sexual Misconduct Policies

The independent review was prompted by allegations that a former coach sexually assaulted and doped female members of the cross country team.

Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Racial Harassment Investigation of Peoria USD in Arizona

U.S. Dept. of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Racial Harassment Investigation of Peoria USD in Arizona

OCR found that although administrators and teachers at the school were aware of widespread harassment, the district repeatedly responded ineffectively, or not at all, to reported harassment.

Read: U.S. Dept of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Anti-Semitic Harassment Investigation of Kyrene School District #28

U.S. Dept of Ed OCR Announces Resolution of Anti-Semitic Harassment Investigation of Kyrene School District #28

The district violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by failing to respond appropriately to on-going anti-Semitic harassment of a student.

Read: Uvalde School Board Fires Police Chief Arredondo

Uvalde School Board Fires Police Chief Arredondo

Pete Arredondo’s attorney says the proceedings against the former Uvalde school police chief are an “illegal and unconstitutional public lynching.”

Read: School Shooting Prevention, Response, Mitigation, and Recovery Resources

School Shooting Prevention, Response, Mitigation, and Recovery Resources

The following practices are generally recommended for schools to address the threat of active shooters as well as other K-12 security concerns.

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: Opinion: U.S. Politicians Must Get a Backbone, Pass Gun Laws to Prevent School Shootings

Opinion: U.S. Politicians Must Get a Backbone, Pass Gun Laws to Prevent School Shootings

Campus hardening measures can only go so far in preventing school shootings. We need stronger gun laws to truly make our campuses safer.

Read: OCR Resolves Sexual Harassment Investigation of Medical School

OCR Resolves Sexual Harassment Investigation of Medical School

U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights Announces Resolution of Sexual Harassment Investigation of San Juan Bautista School of Medicine

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