Security Officers

Read: Securitas Settles Surfside Condo Collapse Case for $517M

Securitas Settles Surfside Condo Collapse Case for $517M

The plaintiffs alleged that the Securitas security officer on duty didn’t activate the building-wide in-unit mass notification system prior to the collapse.

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: Tennessee Governor Issues Executive Order to Enhance School Safety

Tennessee Governor Issues Executive Order to Enhance School Safety

The state will evaluate school security and use of resources, as well as encourage parents to engage and advocate for improvements.

Read: How Fusion Centers Can Help Improve Campus Security

How Fusion Centers Can Help Improve Campus Security

Fusion centers can provide local criminal intelligence to private organizations with non-sworn security departments.

Read: Feds: MU Hospital Security Officers Would Provoke, Pepper Spray Patients

Feds: MU Hospital Security Officers Would Provoke, Pepper Spray Patients

Nurses and emergency department personnel said security officers’ actions are often inappropriate and lead to escalation.

Read: Man Crashes Vehicle Into BSA Hospital, Shoots Out Glass Door

Man Crashes Vehicle Into BSA Hospital, Shoots Out Glass Door

Police found $300,000 worth of narcotics in the man’s vehicle, including methamphetamine, cocaine, and marijuana.

Read: How Security at Reid Health Helped Clinicians During COVID

How Security at Reid Health Helped Clinicians During COVID

Director of the Year Healthcare finalist Randy Kolentus discusses how his security team was able to provide non-medical assistance to Reid Health’s overwhelmed clinicians.

Read: Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

Interacting with Autism: A School Resource Officer Approach

School police officers must be able to recognize traits associated with autism, as well as adopt strategies that can foster positive interactions with students with special needs.

Read: Ex-Cop Worked Security for Months at Kansas Hospital After Felony Arrest, Conviction

Ex-Cop Worked Security for Months at Kansas Hospital After Felony Arrest, Conviction

The security officer was able to avoid detection by the hospital’s background screening program because he was hired before he was arrested.

Read: Woman Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity in Hillcrest Medical Center Shooting

Woman Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity in Hillcrest Medical Center Shooting

A security guard was shot in the chest after investigating a report of gunshots in the hospital parking lot.

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