Security Officers

Read: Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

University officials agreed to amend its contract with a private security company to include the additional foot patrols but will not pay for it.

Read: Woman, 2 Children Found Dead Next to Northeastern University Garage

Woman, 2 Children Found Dead Next to Northeastern University Garage

The deaths have prompted Northeastern University to increase security at the parking facility.

Read: Man Attempts to Steal Ambulance from Hoboken Hospital

Man Attempts to Steal Ambulance from Hoboken Hospital

The man was removed from a hospital waiting room after security called police about a non-patient who would not leave.

Read: Memorial Healthcare Public Safety Officer Saves Man’s Life

Memorial Healthcare Public Safety Officer Saves Man’s Life

The officer performed CPR on a man who was slumped over his steering wheel after suffering a heart attack.

Read: School Security Officer Fired for Repeating Racial Slur Rehired

School Security Officer Fired for Repeating Racial Slur Rehired

The incident began when a student being escorted out of school after assaulting the assistant principal called the security officer the N-word.

Read: Video: Football Coach Hugs Student After Disarming Him

Video: Football Coach Hugs Student After Disarming Him

Security footage released by an Oregon prosecutor shows the coach exiting a classroom with a shotgun in hand and his arm around a student.

Read: LA/OC IAHSS Recognizes Hospital Security Officers for Saving Lives, Outstanding Performances

LA/OC IAHSS Recognizes Hospital Security Officers for Saving Lives, Outstanding Performances

In all, 25 hospital security officers were honored at a luncheon that was held in Los Angeles on Oct. 16.

Read: Security Professionals Survey: Tailgating Remains a Critical Threat

Security Professionals Survey: Tailgating Remains a Critical Threat

Of the more than 185 respondents, 69% believe tailgating security breaches are either holding at the same levels or are increasing.

Read: Baylor Public Safety Ends Safe Ride Program Due to Misuse

Baylor Public Safety Ends Safe Ride Program Due to Misuse

Some students were using the program to get home every night or to go off-campus to meet friends, which was overwhelming the public safety department.

Read: Opinion: 5 Reasons Why Campus Security Departments Should Hire Veterans

Opinion: 5 Reasons Why Campus Security Departments Should Hire Veterans

Veterans already have skills that can be transferred to school, university and hospital security and public safety agencies.

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