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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Physical Assaults Common Among Kids in U.S.

Children in the U.S. experience a high rate of assault according to a new study.

Clery Center Responds to McCaskill Call to Repeal Clery Act

The Clery Center sent an open letter to U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill after the senator said her goal was to remove the Clery Act at the Campus Safety National Forum.

Read: Virginia Releases 21 Recommendations on Campus Sexual Assault

Virginia Releases 21 Recommendations on Campus Sexual Assault

Read: Study Shows Bullying Victims More Likely to be Depressed When They Grow Up

Study Shows Bullying Victims More Likely to be Depressed When They Grow Up

In a study published recently researchers found a correlation between childhood bullying and adult depression.

Read: Survey: Almost One Third of College Band Members Hazed

Survey: Almost One Third of College Band Members Hazed

A new survey found hazing to be a major problem in college marching bands.

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.

Univ. of Missouri to Spend $2.2 Million on Title IX Measures in 2016

The University of Missouri is adding measures to its Title IX education plan expected to cost $2.2 million.

Read: Last Chance to Take the Campus Safety Salary Survey and Industry Census

Last Chance to Take the Campus Safety Salary Survey and Industry Census

If you are responsible for the safety and/or security of a U.S. hospital, school, school district or university, we want to hear from you!

Read: College Presidents Deny Sexual Assault Is Prevalent at Their Schools

College Presidents Deny Sexual Assault Is Prevalent at Their Schools

A survey of 647 college presidents show only six percent of them think sexual assault is common on their campus.

Read: University of Alaska to Participate in Title IX Survey

University of Alaska to Participate in Title IX Survey

The schools in the University of Alaska system will be giving about half of their students a Title IX survey that will help paint a picture of campus safety, education and services and outreach options.

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