Shelter in Place

Read: Update: Arrest Made in Texas A&M-Commerce Dorm Shooting

Update: Arrest Made in Texas A&M-Commerce Dorm Shooting

The shooting, which happened in a freshman dormitory, left two women dead and a 2-year-old injured. The suspected gunman is one of the women’s ex-boyfriends.

Read: Suspected Campus Gunman Arrested at Airport, Attempting to Flee Country

Suspected Campus Gunman Arrested at Airport, Attempting to Flee Country

Mt. San Jacinto College and three nearby campuses were locked down while law enforcement searched for the suspect.

Read: Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

Creating Emergency Plans for Students with Disabilities

School crisis planning is challenging, but particularly so for individuals with disabilities. Here’s how you can start making improvements.

Read: Pepperdine University Survives Close Call with Woolsey Fire

Pepperdine University Survives Close Call with Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey wildfire, which continues to scorch the area all around the school, got very close to the Pepperdine campus.

Read: How to Create an Effective Tornado Protocol for Your Campus

How to Create an Effective Tornado Protocol for Your Campus

Schools should conduct hazard analyses, space calculations and site assessments so everyone on campus can locate the best available tornado sheltering options.

Read: Shelter in Place: The Best Protection against a Nuclear Detonation

Shelter in Place: The Best Protection against a Nuclear Detonation

Here are some best practices for sheltering in place during a nuclear explosion, including where to shelter and what to do after you get there.

Read: How to Protect Students with Special Needs During a Campus Emergency

How to Protect Students with Special Needs During a Campus Emergency

School security pros must develop plans to help students with special needs appropriately respond during an incident.

Read: One Injured in Shooting on La. University’s Campus

One Injured in Shooting on La. University’s Campus

The campus was locked down following the shooting until police made an arrest.

In Light of Campus Shooting, UCLA Considers Remote Door-Locking System

Two people were killed during the June 1 shooting, including a professor.

Read: A Physical Security Expert Gives Best Practices for Lockdowns and Door Locks

A Physical Security Expert Gives Best Practices for Lockdowns and Door Locks

Campus Safety speaks with RETA Security President Paul Timm to get tips for upgrading door locks and executing effective lockdowns.

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