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Read: Cybersecurity Pros Say Ransomware, Nation-State Attacks Dominate Threats

Cybersecurity Pros Say Ransomware, Nation-State Attacks Dominate Threats

State-backed attacks and ransomware demands averaging around $1 million are the top concerns for security professionals, CrowdStrike survey finds.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 3: Loud Voices, Smell of Alcohol Coming from Main Office

Tabletop Exercise 3: Loud Voices, Smell of Alcohol Coming from Main Office

In this real-life incident, the school secretary was in her first year and had not received de-escalation training. Here’s how it played out.

Read: Director Embraces Standardization and Training to Achieve Top Notch Security

Director Embraces Standardization and Training to Achieve Top Notch Security

In only four years, CS Healthcare Director of the Year Eric Clay has transformed CoxHealth’s security department.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

Tabletop Exercise 2: Worsening Odor Leads to Student Asthma Attack

An unpleasant smell triggers a student’s asthma and causes a teacher’s eyes to water and nose to burn. What would you do?

Read: Tabletop Exercise 1: Student Hasn’t Returned Home from School. What Would You Do?

Tabletop Exercise 1: Student Hasn’t Returned Home from School. What Would You Do?

CS is launching a multi-part scenario-based training series for K-12 campuses. Test your school’s emergency response skills with these real-life incidents.

Read: 6 Reasons Why the New Title IX Rules Make K-12 Threat Assessment Teams a Must-Have

6 Reasons Why the New Title IX Rules Make K-12 Threat Assessment Teams a Must-Have

Schools that don’t already have threat assessment teams must implement them now so they are able to comply with Title IX’s new sexual misconduct rules and, most importantly, improve student safety.

Read: COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

COVID-19’s Impacts on Campus Law Enforcement Operations

The coronavirus’ effects on campus policing encompasses everything from recruiting to training to procedures to privacy concerns to new equipment and more.

Read: Former Houston High School Principal Makes Her Case for SROs on Campus

Former Houston High School Principal Makes Her Case for SROs on Campus

The author describes how her school’s use of SROs changed the culture of her campus. The approach was so successful that it was featured in the national and international media.

Read: U.S. DOJ Announces COPS School Security Grant Winners

U.S. DOJ Announces COPS School Security Grant Winners

Nearly $50 million in school safety funding was awarded through its School Violence Prevention Program.

Read: Let’s Get Real About Police Reform

Let’s Get Real About Police Reform

If your campus has a good program that effectively addresses law enforcement’s race relations and use-of-force issues, I want to hear from you.

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