Sworn Officers

Read: Portland State to Disarm Its Campus Safety Officers

Portland State to Disarm Its Campus Safety Officers

Although PSU officers will no longer carry firearms, they will continue to be sworn officers with investigative and arrest capabilities. They will carry Tasers.

Read: Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

Baltimore School Board Reconsiders Arming SROs After Shooting

A man entered Frederick Douglass High School last week and shot a special education assistant for disciplining his sister.

Read: The 2018 Campus Safety Salary and Benefits Survey

The 2018 Campus Safety Salary and Benefits Survey

The results of a survey of more than 700 campus protection professionals reveals the median salaries for a wide range of K-12, university and healthcare public safety, security and emergency management personnel.

Read: All Univ. of Wisconsin Campuses to Carry Narcan

All Univ. of Wisconsin Campuses to Carry Narcan

University of Wisconsin police officers will now carry Narcan so they can quickly revive individuals who have overdosed.

Read: Ind. Hospital Swears in 9 Officers for Startup Police Department

Ind. Hospital Swears in 9 Officers for Startup Police Department

Before the new police department was added, the Community Hospital Anderson had to rely on officers from local communities for security.

Read: Private Ohio College to Begin Hiring Sworn Police

Private Ohio College to Begin Hiring Sworn Police

School officials hope to have ten sworn police officers on campus by 2018.

Villanova Univ. to Begin Arming Campus Police

About 20 percent of the university’s public safety department is expected to be made up of sworn police officers by the beginning of next school year.

Mass. College Creates Public Safety Office

Endicott College’s new Public Safety Department is comprised of sworn and non sworn security personnel.

Villanova U. Considers Adding Sworn Officers

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