University Security

Read: IDIS America to Exhibit at TASA Midwinter Conference on Jan. 25-27

IDIS America to Exhibit at TASA Midwinter Conference on Jan. 25-27

IDIS will shares it end-to-end video solutions with education administrators and senior leaders at the virtual conference.

Read: Chemeketa CC Changes Free Speech Policy After Anti-Abortion Group Files Suit

Chemeketa CC Changes Free Speech Policy After Anti-Abortion Group Files Suit

The old policies limited student group demonstrations to two quad areas and required that permission be secured two weeks in advance.

Read: Baylor Fraternity, Landlord Settle Lawsuit with Alleged Rape Victim

Baylor Fraternity, Landlord Settle Lawsuit with Alleged Rape Victim

The victim alleges former Phi Delta Theta fraternity president Jacob Anderson raped her at an off-campus house party in 2016.

Read: Free Resources for Conducting a Security and Vulnerability Assessment

Free Resources for Conducting a Security and Vulnerability Assessment

A school security expert discusses resources offered by government agencies to help K-12 and higher ed campuses with security and vulnerability assessments.

Read: UC System Plans to Return to In-Person Instruction in the Fall

UC System Plans to Return to In-Person Instruction in the Fall

The 10-campus system has been holding primarily remote classes since the beginning of the pandemic.

Read: UC San Diego Installs COVID Test Kit Vending Machines on Campus

UC San Diego Installs COVID Test Kit Vending Machines on Campus

Students use their school IDs to access the free kits and self-administer the nasal swab before dropping it in a box next to the machine.

Read: Wheaton College Laying Off Public Safety Officers, Hiring Private Security

Wheaton College Laying Off Public Safety Officers, Hiring Private Security

The public safety department, which unionized about two years ago, has arrest powers but its officers do not carry guns.

Read: Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.

Read: Feds Bust Drug Ring That Used Frats to Funnel Drugs to UNC, Duke, App State Students

Feds Bust Drug Ring That Used Frats to Funnel Drugs to UNC, Duke, App State Students

The primary supplier trafficked 200 pounds of marijuana and two kilograms of cocaine on a weekly basis, officials say.

Read: UIndy Installs Cameras in Student Housing Parking Lots After Increase in Car Thefts

UIndy Installs Cameras in Student Housing Parking Lots After Increase in Car Thefts

Additional surveillance cameras were installed following an increase in car thefts and break-ins at a campus housing facility.

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