Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: South Carolina Military College Finds 19 Cases of Hazing

South Carolina Military College Finds 19 Cases of Hazing

A Citadel investigation of 85 hazing allegations found 19 cases of hazing and many other training violations April 28.

Read: ‘Hero’ Teacher Tackles Gunman to Stop School Shooting

‘Hero’ Teacher Tackles Gunman to Stop School Shooting

A high school teacher stopped a school shooting by tackling the student responsible and holding him down.

Read: 2 Universities Take Steps to Improve School Security

2 Universities Take Steps to Improve School Security

Marquette University has created a police department, and the University of New Mexico created a student-run medical service to improve school safety.

Read: 11-Year-Old Accidentally Fires Handgun in Las Vegas Elementary School

11-Year-Old Accidentally Fires Handgun in Las Vegas Elementary School

A fifth grade student was taken into custody after he accidentally fired a handgun in a Las Vegas elementary school classroom April 22.

20-Year-Old Charged in Fatal Shooting on St. Louis Job Corps Campus

A student at St. Louis Job Corps Center was charged with killing another student that he was planning on sharing a dorm room with.

Read: Multiple California Bills Proposed To Combat College Sexual Assault

Multiple California Bills Proposed To Combat College Sexual Assault

Three sexual assault bills have been proposed in California by assembly member Das Williams.

Read: Teacher Beating Sparks Protests in New York

Teacher Beating Sparks Protests in New York

A math teacher’s beating in the hallway of a middle school last week prompted protests from New York teachers.

Western Kentucky Univ. Swim Team Suspended After Investigation

Collin Craig, a former swim team member at the University of Western Kentucky, filed criminal and school complaints against the team.

Read: New Jersey University Police Department Adopts Body Cameras

New Jersey University Police Department Adopts Body Cameras

Rowan University police are now required to wear body cameras during their 12-hour shifts.

Read: Private New York College Cleared in Title IX Case

Private New York College Cleared in Title IX Case

Vassar College was found to have complied with Title IX in a recent court ruling by a New York judge.

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