Security Legislation

Read: Inside Experts’ Push to Steer The School Security Industry Toward Collaboration, Best Practices

Inside Experts’ Push to Steer The School Security Industry Toward Collaboration, Best Practices

The future of school security rests on officials’ ability to recognize vulnerabilities, identify appropriate solutions and understand what resources are available to them.

Read: What’s In Store for Campus Security Technology in 2017?

What’s In Store for Campus Security Technology in 2017?

Here’s what experts have to say about this year’s security technology market.

Read: Umpqua Community College Requests $6M for Renovations, School Security

Umpqua Community College Requests $6M for Renovations, School Security

A spokesman said $4.2 million will go toward redesigning the residence hall where the shooting took place.

Va. Governor Announces $6 Million School Security Grant

The money will go toward video monitoring systems, access control systems and more.

Read: Attending the Campus Safety National Forum or Conferences? Prepare to Be Impressed!

Attending the Campus Safety National Forum or Conferences? Prepare to Be Impressed!

All three of this summer’s events will feature presentations from security, emergency management, public safety and technology top experts.

Read: Navigating the Labyrinth of Healthcare Security Regulations and Best Practices

Navigating the Labyrinth of Healthcare Security Regulations and Best Practices

Here’s how hospital public safety and security practitioners can translate and merge seemingly incompatible requirements into a manageable system of assessment and program validation.

Read: More Schools Upgrade Campus Security with Window Film

More Schools Upgrade Campus Security with Window Film

Considering the installation of safety and security window film? Work with local first responders to ensure it’s implemented properly.

Read: Kansas Technical College to Appeal $72,500 Security Report Fine

Kansas Technical College to Appeal $72,500 Security Report Fine

A Kansas technical college was fined for providing inadequate security information in its annual security report.

Discrimination Complaints Could Affect George Washington U PD Accreditation

Three discrimination complaints have been filed against the department in the past six months, possibly affecting its CALEA accreditation status.

Want to ‘Sell’ Security?  Be Realistic About the Risks of Gun Violence

Exaggerating the likelihood of tragedies will backfire and put your campus in greater danger.

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