Training

Read: N.C. School Employees Must Now Be Trained to Spot Sex Trafficking, Abuse

N.C. School Employees Must Now Be Trained to Spot Sex Trafficking, Abuse

The training should cover prevention, how sexual predators groom their victims, warning signs, how to intervene, legal responsibilities and resources that can provide assistance.

Read: 18 Tips for Using Metal Detectors Effectively

18 Tips for Using Metal Detectors Effectively

These 18 tips will ensure you get the most out of your investment in metal detection technology.

Read: Reunification Realities: 7 Lessons Learned from a School Active Shooter Exercise

Reunification Realities: 7 Lessons Learned from a School Active Shooter Exercise

Here’s what one community learned about reuniting students with their parents after it conducted an active shooter exercise with first responders and community volunteers.

Read: UT Austin Turns Tragedy into Triumph Through Campus Safety

UT Austin Turns Tragedy into Triumph Through Campus Safety

Actions taken by CS Higher Education Director of the Year James Johnson after two tragedies rocked UT Austin are nothing short of remarkable.

Read: 9 Solutions That Prevent School Bullying

9 Solutions That Prevent School Bullying

Anonymous tip lines, video surveillance and adult supervision are just a few of the ways your campus can combat student-on-student abuse.

Read: New California Law Requires Training for All School Security Staff

New California Law Requires Training for All School Security Staff

Prior to the bill’s passing, part-time security staff, who make up more than 50% of officers, were not required to undergo specific training.

Read: Campus Security Burnout: Who Is Helping the Helpers?

Campus Security Burnout: Who Is Helping the Helpers?

The enormity of campus security and safety problems can be overwhelming for protection professionals. What are you doing to take care of yourself?

Read: ATIXA Issues Stance on Trauma-Informed Training

ATIXA Issues Stance on Trauma-Informed Training

ATIXA believes those who do Title IX-related work have “gotten ahead of the science” and need to take “a corrective and collective step back.”

Read: Wyoming Medical Center Upgrades Security Amidst Shooter’s Sentencing

Wyoming Medical Center Upgrades Security Amidst Shooter’s Sentencing

A man entered the Wyoming hospital through a back security door and shot at two hospital employees before being arrested by police.

Read: S.C. Mental Health Patient Suffocated by Untrained Hospital Staff

S.C. Mental Health Patient Suffocated by Untrained Hospital Staff

Employees sat on the back of a patient — which goes against protocol for restraining a patient — denying oxygen to his organs for four minutes.

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