Training

Read: School Safety Experts Release Updated Guidance on Conducting Armed Assailant Drills in Schools

School Safety Experts Release Updated Guidance on Conducting Armed Assailant Drills in Schools

It is imperative that safety drills of any kind do not unintentionally trigger or exacerbate students’ or staff sense of risk or trauma. 

Read: Using Body-Worn Cameras in Healthcare Security

Using Body-Worn Cameras in Healthcare Security

Piedmont Healthcare’s public safety officers now use body-worn cameras. Here’s why and how their organization adopted this technology and the results.

Read: The Benefits of Conducting Tabletop Exercises in Hospitals

The Benefits of Conducting Tabletop Exercises in Hospitals

Ballad Health has opted for doing tabletop exercises rather than full-scale emergency exercises. Here’s why they did it and the results of this new approach.

Read: Less Lethal Weapons: More Uncertain and Confusing Than You Think

Less Lethal Weapons: More Uncertain and Confusing Than You Think

Thinking of adopting less lethal weapons in your department? Study these pitfalls before you proceed.

Read: Building Relationships at the College of New Jersey with Community Policing

Building Relationships at the College of New Jersey with Community Policing

The College of New Jersey’s police chief explains the benefits of his department’s CLEAR unit.

Read: Check Out the 2021 Campus Safety Conference Agenda!

Check Out the 2021 Campus Safety Conference Agenda!

CSC Texas will be held July 21-23 in San Antonio, Texas.

Read: School Bus Driver Applies Active Shooter Training to Protect Students During a Hijacking

School Bus Driver Applies Active Shooter Training to Protect Students During a Hijacking

The school bus driver reacted to the hijacking appropriately thanks to safety training required by the South Carolina State Department of Education.

Read: A Fresh Approach to Leadership Training

A Fresh Approach to Leadership Training

This novel use of popular movies to teach leadership skills has proven successful.

Read: Student Suicide Prompts North Colonie Schools to Train Students, Parents about Internet Safety

Student Suicide Prompts North Colonie Schools to Train Students, Parents about Internet Safety

After a 15-year-old boy took his own life after falling victim to a catfishing Internet scam, the North Colonie school district is holding Internet Safety sessions with middle and high school students.

Read: Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Flying Under the Radar During Pandemic

Child Abuse, Neglect Cases Flying Under the Radar During Pandemic

When schools shifted to distance learning during the pandemic, reports of child abuse and neglect by K-12 campus personnel dropped by 59%.

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