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Public Safety

Read: The Long Process of Arming Hospital Public Safety Officers

The Long Process of Arming Hospital Public Safety Officers

Here’s how Memorial Healthcare ensured its public safety officers properly use their firearms and developed stakeholder support.

Read: Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Houses of worship may seem like sanctuaries from common security threats and so security providers must address potential objections unique to the market.

Read: NYC Terror Suspect Kills 8, Slams into School Bus

NYC Terror Suspect Kills 8, Slams into School Bus

A student says rescue crews had to saw through the school bus and break windows to get trapped riders out of the wreckage.

Read: UCF Police Officer vs. Snake: Humorous Video Goes Viral

UCF Police Officer vs. Snake: Humorous Video Goes Viral

The UCF police department’s video shows an officer struggling to catch a snake in a campus building.

Read: Guardian Zone Launches Security App and Software

Guardian Zone Launches Security App and Software

Guardian Zone’s new technology was unveiled at ASIS last week.

Read: 10 Tips for Improving Your Situational Awareness on Campus

10 Tips for Improving Your Situational Awareness on Campus

These 10 activities will break you out of your routine, make you more aware of your surroundings and make you a better campus emergency manager.

Read: Report: 2017 Crime Rate on Trend to Be Lowest Since 1990

Report: 2017 Crime Rate on Trend to Be Lowest Since 1990

Data from the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law indicates the overall 2017 crime rate will drop by 1.8 percent.

Read: Steve Bannon Expected to Speak at UC Berkeley’s ‘Free Speech Week’

Steve Bannon Expected to Speak at UC Berkeley’s ‘Free Speech Week’

While the event’s organizers have announced Bannon will be speaking, university officials say the group has thus far failed to meet event requirements.

Read: Miami-Dade, Broward Public Schools Closed Indefinitely Following Irma

Miami-Dade, Broward Public Schools Closed Indefinitely Following Irma

While all schools avoided major structural damage, 42 Miami-Dade public schools are still being used as shelters for Hurricane Irma victims.

Read: Verizon to Build Dedicated Network for Public Safety, First Responders

Verizon to Build Dedicated Network for Public Safety, First Responders

Verizon says its new private network will complement existing services such as push-to-talk and will offer priority access to first responders.

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