Student Safety

Read: 5 Strategies to Help Ensure School Safety When Campuses Reopen This Fall

5 Strategies to Help Ensure School Safety When Campuses Reopen This Fall

With the processes surrounding campus reopenings so uncertain, these five steps will help your school district evaluate and test your safety plans, as well as prepare your staff to make quick adjustments, if needed.

Read: Damascus Coaches, Admins Dismissed in Locker Room Rape Case

Damascus Coaches, Admins Dismissed in Locker Room Rape Case

A lawsuit filed after three students were sodomized by their teammates claims school leaders knew of the “culture of violence” within the football program.

Read: The Campus Safety Online Summit Is July 7-8. Register today!

The Campus Safety Online Summit Is July 7-8. Register today!

This two-day event will cover topics concerning lessons learned from COVID-19 and issues related to the re-opening of campuses.

Read: Coronavirus Spike Tied to Ole Miss Fraternity Parties

Coronavirus Spike Tied to Ole Miss Fraternity Parties

In just two weeks, the total number of University of Mississippi students who tested positive since March 19 nearly doubled.

Read: Johns Hopkins Delays Plans for Private Armed Police Force

Johns Hopkins Delays Plans for Private Armed Police Force

JHU joins the growing list of school districts and colleges terminating contracts with police departments or reconsidering how they police their campuses.

Read: Should Campuses Defund the Police?

Should Campuses Defund the Police?

George Floyd’s death has prompted calls for campuses to “defund the police” and/or sever ties with local law enforcement, but are those moves knee-jerk reactions that will backfire?

Read: Denver, Seattle Schools Terminate Police Contracts

Denver, Seattle Schools Terminate Police Contracts

The push for removing police from schools and diverting funds toward social supports for students has gained traction following the killing of George Floyd.

Read: De Blasio Rejects Demands to Remove Police from NYC Schools

De Blasio Rejects Demands to Remove Police from NYC Schools

Mayor Bill de Blasio said although he is not prepared to eliminate NYPD presence from schools, he is looking into supplementary “grassroots” alternatives.

Read: 18 State Attorneys General Sue DeVos Over Final Title IX Rule

18 State Attorneys General Sue DeVos Over Final Title IX Rule

The lawsuit claims the final regulations narrow Title IX’s reach and will chill the reporting of sexual harassment due to extensive procedural requirements.

Read: Newman Univ. Turns to IDIS to Improve Aging Video Surveillance System

Newman Univ. Turns to IDIS to Improve Aging Video Surveillance System

Newman University was searching for a solution that requires minimal training for its contracted security officers and has minimal maintenance charges.

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