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: UC Davis Students Lose Rent Money, Security Deposit Using WeHousing

UC Davis Students Lose Rent Money, Security Deposit Using WeHousing

WeHousing is a company that helps students across the U.S. find housing and easily pay rent and security deposits online.

Read: Boise State Students Expect Administration to Address Campus Racism

Boise State Students Expect Administration to Address Campus Racism

Students have seen racial slurs, swastikas and even death threats against people of color written on their residence hall doors.

Read: Mass. Program Offers Free Dorms for Homeless College Students

Mass. Program Offers Free Dorms for Homeless College Students

The program is currently housing 20 homeless college students and plans to expand in the future as additional funding comes in.

Read: Managing Risk and Liability on Campus Through Renters Insurance

Managing Risk and Liability on Campus Through Renters Insurance

New approaches to renters insurance programs are helping protect students and colleges from common risks, such as fire and theft.

Read: Homegrown Police Chief Still Giving Back to The Buffalo State Community

Homegrown Police Chief Still Giving Back to The Buffalo State Community

Campus Safety Higher Education Director of the Year Peter Carey has made the Buffalo State University Police Department one of the strongest in New York.

Read: Floor Collapses at UNT Homecoming House Party

Floor Collapses at UNT Homecoming House Party

Firefighters say the collapse was caused by excessive jumping at a party, forcing all 50 residents to relocate due to extensive water damage.

Read: Rise in Childhood Poverty Follows Recession, Impacting Education

Rise in Childhood Poverty Follows Recession, Impacting Education

A recent study suggests that non-Hispanic white children have had the largest change in terms of living in high-poverty neighborhoods.

Read: Wis. Appeals Court Sides With Transgender Student in Bathroom Case

Wis. Appeals Court Sides With Transgender Student in Bathroom Case

The court’s ruling upholds a lower court’s decision to let the student use the bathroom that matches his gender identity.

Read: 23,000 Students Are Homeless in San Diego County

23,000 Students Are Homeless in San Diego County

Only a small percentage of students deemed homeless are actually living on the street.

Read: DOJ Ends Challenge to Transgender Title IX Injunction

DOJ Ends Challenge to Transgender Title IX Injunction

The announcement shows President Donald Trump’s administration may not believe Title IX protects students from discrimination based on their gender identity.

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