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Public Safety

Read: 1,000 Students, Staff Exposed to Measles at L.A. Colleges Asked to Stay Home

1,000 Students, Staff Exposed to Measles at L.A. Colleges Asked to Stay Home

Until those students and faculty members can provide proof of their immunization, they will remain under quarantine until further notice.

Read: VIDEO: Barnard Public Safety Officers on Leave After Student Altercation

VIDEO: Barnard Public Safety Officers on Leave After Student Altercation

A viral video shows the student being pinned down on a counter by Barnard public safety officers after refusing to show his student ID.

Read: Williamson County EOC Relies on myMix for Crisis Communications

Williamson County EOC Relies on myMix for Crisis Communications

The myMix system plays a crucial role in delivering information to key county officials in central Tennessee, according to the company.

Read: Vaccine Exemptions Triple in California as Parents Doctor-Shop

Vaccine Exemptions Triple in California as Parents Doctor-Shop

A state senator, who is also a pediatrician, is sponsoring a new bill that would require the state health department to sign off on all medical exemptions.

Read: NYC Declares Measles Emergency, Orders Vaccinations for Some

NYC Declares Measles Emergency, Orders Vaccinations for Some

Residents over the age of six months who live in four specific Brooklyn ZIP codes must be vaccinated or face a fine of up to $1,000.

Read: Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Autism Awareness: Advocates Discuss Risks Involved with Disorder

Researchers are studying ways to prevent children with autism from wandering away, which is a risk many parents have experienced.

Read: NYPD Develops Algorithm to Help Spot Crime Patterns

NYPD Develops Algorithm to Help Spot Crime Patterns

The new algorithm software, ‘Patternizr,’ is helping the New York Police Department to spot crime patterns with the click of a button.

Read: Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Loyola Medical Center Officers Get Creative to Help Patient with Autism

Safety officers at Loyola University Medical Center are being praised for helping a man who became aggressive due to a paradoxical reaction to a medication.

Read: SPLC Finds 30% Increase in Hate Groups over Last 4 Years

SPLC Finds 30% Increase in Hate Groups over Last 4 Years

For the fourth year in a row, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) reports that hate and domestic extremism are on the rise.

Read: 3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

3 Camden County College Public Safety Officers Save Lives, Celebrated

Two of the victims were suffering from an opioid overdose until the officers revived them with an opioid reversal drug, Narcan.

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