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Read: Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades According to New Federal Report

Schools Had Most Shootings in 2 Decades According to New Federal Report

Despite the rise in shootings, nonfatal criminal victimizations dropped from 51 to 11 per 1,000 students, ages 12-18 over the past ten years.

Read: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Prevention Efforts Appear to Be Effective at Reducing Guns on Campus

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Prevention Efforts Appear to Be Effective at Reducing Guns on Campus

In January, 23 weapons were found in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, breaking a record for the most weapons recovered during a school year.

Read: FBI: Active Shooter Incidents Doubled From 2018 to 2021

FBI: Active Shooter Incidents Doubled From 2018 to 2021

The number of victims either killed or wounded last year in active shooter attacks increased by more than 48% compared to 2020.

Read: Hospital Violent Crime Increased 47% Last Year

Hospital Violent Crime Increased 47% Last Year

IAHSS’s latest crime survey found that the rate of murders, rapes, robberies, and aggravated assaults at U.S. hospitals dramatically increased in 2021.

Read: In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Challenges

In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Challenges

We asked the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey participants to tell us about their biggest struggles. Here’s what some of them had to say.

Read: In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Successes

In Their Own Words: Campus Protection Pros Tell Us About Their Emergency Notification Successes

We asked the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey participants to tell us about the successes they’ve had with their programs. Here’s what some of them had to say.

Read: Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Have Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

Survey Finds Fewer Campuses Have Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

According to the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, fewer organizations are using more than one alert system, which could put them at risk during a crisis.

Read: HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

The average cost for credential theft was more than $871,000 for each incident associated with an insider.

Read: Guns Became Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children and Teens in 2020

Guns Became Leading Cause of Death for U.S. Children and Teens in 2020

More than 4,300 people ages 1-19 died of firearm-related injuries in 2020 — a 29.5% increase from 2019.

Read: Study: Pandemic Healthcare Workers, Combat Veterans Share Similar Trauma

Study: Pandemic Healthcare Workers, Combat Veterans Share Similar Trauma

Moral injury, a type of post-traumatic stress, is experienced by frontline healthcare workers at about the same rate as veterans who served in combat after 9/11.

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