University Security

Read: Bowling Green State Settles Hazing Death Lawsuit for Nearly $3 Million

Bowling Green State Settles Hazing Death Lawsuit for Nearly $3 Million

The settlement is the largest payout by a public university in a hazing case in the state of Ohio.

Read: Threat Assessments: The Sandy Hook Commemoration and What We’ve Learned

Threat Assessments: The Sandy Hook Commemoration and What We’ve Learned

Time and time again, studies have shown that behavioral characteristics are key to determining if a student may become violent.

Read: School Swatting: Why Its So Dangerous and How to Combat It

School Swatting: Why Its So Dangerous and How to Combat It

A police chief breaks down the dangers of swatting, how it impacts communities, and lessons he’s learned from responding to false threats.

Read: Judge Upholds Title IX Exemptions for Religiously-Affiliated Schools

Judge Upholds Title IX Exemptions for Religiously-Affiliated Schools

LGBTQ+ students sued the Education Department alleging Title IX exemptions for religious colleges allowed them to face discrimination.

Read: Dozens of Colleges Ban TikTok on Campus-Issued Devices

Dozens of Colleges Ban TikTok on Campus-Issued Devices

Colleges across the country have banned TikTok from university-owned and operated devices as Washington warns of security concerns.

Read: New Year, New Reminder to Share Your Critical Communications Strategies with All School Stakeholders

New Year, New Reminder to Share Your Critical Communications Strategies with All School Stakeholders

By redefining and communicating crisis communications protocols at different intervals during the year, school leaders can ensure safety stays at the forefront.

Read: Active Incident Response: Why You Need to Conduct a Tabletop Exercise

Active Incident Response: Why You Need to Conduct a Tabletop Exercise

Tabletop exercises (TTX) should examine crucial issues such as how each stakeholder will respond in each phase and who serves as back-up if a major player isn’t available.

Read: 89 Colleges and School Districts, 25 Healthcare Organizations Impacted by Ransomware in 2022

89 Colleges and School Districts, 25 Healthcare Organizations Impacted by Ransomware in 2022

A new report found almost twice the number of K-12 schools were impacted by ransomware in 2022 compared to 2021.

Read: 11 Predictions for Campus Safety and Security in 2023

11 Predictions for Campus Safety and Security in 2023

From compliance mandates and campus culture to cyber security and access control, practitioners and solutions providers give their predictions on where the industry is headed.

Read: Suspect Arrested in University of Idaho Murders

Suspect Arrested in University of Idaho Murders

Using genealogy databases, investigators were able to match the suspect’s DNA to genetic material recovered during the investigation.

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