Student Safety

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: Survey: 8% of Occidental College Students Sexually Assaulted

Survey: 8% of Occidental College Students Sexually Assaulted

The anonymous survey was given to 630 students and the results will be discussed with students in the fall.

Read: Purdue Universities Hire Director of Public Safety

Purdue Universities Hire Director of Public Safety

Purdue University Calumet and Purdue University North Central, which will be merging in 2016, hired a director of public safety.

Read: WWII-Era Bomb Destroyed After Being Found on College Campus

WWII-Era Bomb Destroyed After Being Found on College Campus

A massive bomb from World War Two was detonated after being discovered on the campus of a New Jersey college April 23.

OCR Resolves Indiana School System Title IX Complaint

The Office for Civil Rights has determined that the LaPorte Community School Corporation violated Title IX in a case involving the sexual harassment of volleyball players by their coach.

Read: Justin Bieber Bypasses School Security to Enter Prom

Justin Bieber Bypasses School Security to Enter Prom

Justin Bieber crashed an L.A. Unified School District Prom last weekend.

Read: Citing Budget Concerns, 2 School Districts Reconfiguring Security Forces

Citing Budget Concerns, 2 School Districts Reconfiguring Security Forces

Chester County in South Carolina and the Maize Unified School District in Kansas are trying to discontinue their current security forces.

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.

See What University Security Experts Will Present at the Campus Safety National Forum in D.C.

The Campus Safety National Forum in Washington, D.C. will be split up into three tracks designed to serve the needs of security professionals in different fields: K-12, higher education and hospitals.

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