Did Your Hospital Pass the Security Stress Test?

Results from Campus Safety magazine’s Healthcare Security Survey indicate that for a good number of respondents, their officer training programs, budgets and access control systems require immediate resuscitation. Background checks and disaster preparedness, however, are areas where hospitals are relatively healthy.

Is Your Training Program Up to Par?


Columbine 10-Year Survey: Campuses Improve Security, but Require More Funding


Success in Spite of Stress

The emotional and physical tension experienced during an emergency can severely impair a person’s fine motor skills. Campus officials should adopt plans, training and equipment with this fact in mind.

Read: How to Sell Security in Lean Times

How to Sell Security in Lean Times

Although this fall’s worldwide economic nose dive has monopolized the spotlight recently, security and safety risks have not gone away. Campus protection must remain a top priority.

Read: 7 Secrets to Selecting a Contract Security Provider

7 Secrets to Selecting a Contract Security Provider

When a campus law enforcement department doesn’t have enough staff or the right type of officers, technological solutions can only help so much. Contract security companies just might be able to provide your institution with the personnel it needs to make its public safety functions complete.

Read: Award Winning Turnarounds

Award Winning Turnarounds

Both recipients of the 2007 Campus Safety Director of the Year Awards knew it was time to give their departments a fresh start. From changing their agencies’ images to implementing new technology – and everything in between – Bonnie Michelman of Massachusetts General Hospital and David Rivero of the University of Miami had what it takes to put their agencies back on track.

Don’t Call Our Security Officers ‘Guards’

You Get What You Pay for

Read: The Power of Please

The Power of Please

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