Empathy, keeping your ego under control and knowing when to be quiet are just a few of the ways campus police and security officers can improve interactions with members of their campus community and keep arrests or citations from escalating into violence.
Violence in the school and university student dating scene is all too common. Know the signs of abuse so you can respond appropriately.
Mobile duress systems provide an additional layer of safety to staff as well as valuable information to first responders.
Experts explain the pros and cons of the various methods of response currently available for civilians, including Run, Hide, Fight; ALICE; and Window of Life.
School districts and institutions of higher learning that are inventive can use grant programs like i3 or TAACCCT to support their comprehensive security initiatives.
Here are some steps your campus can take to improve your handling of sexual violence claims, helping your institution pass an audit by the Department of Education or Department of Justice Office for Civil Rights.
Here are the lessons learned from the Hospital Association of Southern California active shooter drill held in March.
Here are the tips security executives from Boston Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital are providing other hospitals that might one day face a patient surge as the result of a terrorist attack.
Here’s how a hospital in Joplin, Mo., is recovering from the massive tornado that struck two years ago.
Schools, universities and hospitals require a different type of law enforcement and security officer than other types of organizations. This primer will help your campus select the right person for the job.