Threat Assessments

UPDATE: Ohio State U. Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, 1 Wounded

Hospital Violence Raises Concerns with Administrators

DANBURY, Conn.

District Revises Disciplinary Policy on Firearms, Threats

GLENDALE, Calif.

Police: Barricaded Student Forced Us to Shoot

GAINESVILLE, Fla.

UC San Diego Students Protest Noose Found in Library

SAN DIEGO

U.S. Officials: Domestic Extremism Is Nation’s Problem

WASHINGTON

Read: 12 Tips For Cracking Down on Weapons Assaults

12 Tips For Cracking Down on Weapons Assaults

With campus gun violence in the headlines once again, hospital, school and university officials should review and update their policies, procedures and equipment so they can reduce the threat of future attacks.

Read: Threatening Note Evolves Into an Opportunity

Threatening Note Evolves Into an Opportunity

When a disturbing note was discovered in a high school restroom, the Peters Township School District of McMurray, Pa., responded by putting the campus’ safety preparedness plans and procedures into action.

Read: 3 Heads Are Better Than 1

3 Heads Are Better Than 1

Experience has shown that multidisciplinary assessment teams more accurately evaluate threats than individuals doing evaluations on their own. Creating this type of panel is one significant step your campus can take to avert disasters.

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