Data covers salaries, job satisfaction, officer incentives, police/security department demographics, campus demographics, top safety and security concerns, and mass notification.
Should legally obtained weapons be allowed on college campuses? Should the legal drinking age be lowered? Should the legal driving age be raised? Find out what your peers think.
Results from Campus Safety magazine’s Healthcare Security Survey indicate that for a good number of respondents, their officer training programs, budgets and access control systems require immediate resuscitation. Background checks and disaster preparedness, however, are areas where hospitals are relatively healthy.
CS survey shows that K-12 and university campus security programs have made huge strides since this terrible tragedy. Despite this, matters like bully prevention, technology deployment, staffing levels and funding require greater attention.
Since 2006, hospital, school and university police chief/security director salaries have stagnated, but line officers have fared better. Sworn officer pay has increased by nearly 9 percent, while wages for nonsworn campus security personnel have increased by more than 3 percent.
This presentation will detail security sensitive areas common to most healthcare facilities and the challenges faced when a public health emergency occurs resulting in a sudden influx of people requiring emergency treatment, also known as a patient surge event.
We’ve put together this guide to help you improve communication with your many stakeholders, including students, faculty and staff, families, media, alumni, governing board, community members and others.