School Safety

Read: New Ohio School Safety Center to Combat Violence, Self-Harm

New Ohio School Safety Center to Combat Violence, Self-Harm

The new department consists of seven employees, including intelligence analysts who can scan social media and websites for school threats.

Read: 7 School Security Plan Features You Should Evaluate

7 School Security Plan Features You Should Evaluate

This interactive survey from the Department of Homeland Security will help you assess your school security plan while giving suggestions on ways to improve.

Read: Security Cares to Provide School Security Resources at GSX 2019

Security Cares to Provide School Security Resources at GSX 2019

Security Cares’ goal is to empower and impact the local community through education, networking, public health and school safety.

Read: A Quick Recap of Campus Safety Conference Texas 2019

A Quick Recap of Campus Safety Conference Texas 2019

Commanding keynotes, dozens of workshops and breakout sessions and over 50 sponsors showcasing the latest security products made for a memorable event.

Read: 10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

10 ‘See Something, Say Something’ Success Stories

The phrase “See Something, Say Something” has proven successful time and again in stopping tragic situations, particularly school shooting threats.

Read: Can You Spot the Mistakes in These Campus Security Photos?

Can You Spot the Mistakes in These Campus Security Photos?

Here are 10 times K-12 schools, universities and hospitals made campus security mistakes. We also sprinkled in some examples of effective campus security.

Read: How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

Recent data from the Indicators of School Crime and Safety found a 315% increase in K-12 public schools that have security cameras.

Read: Media Sues Cheyenne School District to Access Student Harassment Records

Media Sues Cheyenne School District to Access Student Harassment Records

Laramie County School District No. 1 launched an internal investigation after students distributed anti-gay and racist flyers.

Read: Former NYC Student Awarded $59M for Being Burned in Chemistry Class

Former NYC Student Awarded $59M for Being Burned in Chemistry Class

The then high school student suffered third-degree burns to more than 30% of his body after a chemistry experiment went wrong in 2014.

Read: School Lockdowns: 9 Tips for More Effective Lockdowns

School Lockdowns: 9 Tips for More Effective Lockdowns

Keeping doors locked, avoiding codes and having reverse evacuation protocols will help to ensure your lockdowns are implemented quickly.

1 2 3 4 42
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety HQ