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Violence Prevention

Read: Hospital Workplace Violence Prevention and Awareness Done Right

Hospital Workplace Violence Prevention and Awareness Done Right

CS Healthcare Director of the Year Robert W. Field, Jr.’s workplace violence program at RWJ University Hospital Hamilton decreased the need for security interventions by 42 percent.

Read: DOJ Announces $70M in Grants to Improve School Safety

DOJ Announces $70M in Grants to Improve School Safety

The Department of Justice announced a grant for $70 million to support school safety and $64 million to improve state criminal record systems.

Read: 3 Taylor High School Students Arrested for Allegedly Planning School Shooting

3 Taylor High School Students Arrested for Allegedly Planning School Shooting

Three Taylor High School students were arrested when classmates allegedly overheard their plans of a school shooting involving firearms and explosives.

Read: Police: 2 Pawnee High Students’ School Shooting Plot Foiled by Crime Tip

Police: 2 Pawnee High Students’ School Shooting Plot Foiled by Crime Tip

An anonymous tip was called in after the two Pawnee High students allegedly discussed their plan while playing Fortnite, a multi-player video game.

Read: Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

Lessons Learned from Averted Acts of School Violence

By submitting and reviewing ASV reports to the Police Foundation, you can better protect your own school or college, as well as help other campus safety professionals across the country to improve security.

Read: FBI Hosts Summit on Preventing School Shootings

FBI Hosts Summit on Preventing School Shootings

During a dayslong summit at its headquarters, FBI officials shared its findings of recent research into 63 active shooters.

Read: Part 3 of 3: Real-World Solutions to Gangs on College Campuses

Part 3 of 3: Real-World Solutions to Gangs on College Campuses

Campuses that work with law enforcement, create policies and provide support to at-risk students have the best chance of discouraging gang involvement.

Read: 12 Lessons to Remember From Active Shooter Attacks

12 Lessons to Remember From Active Shooter Attacks

On the five-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy, here’s a brief review of active shooter prevention and response best practices.

Read: NCAA to Require Sexual Assault Prevention Training for Athletes, Coaches

NCAA to Require Sexual Assault Prevention Training for Athletes, Coaches

The new NCAA sexual assault prevention policy will be monitored by each school’s president or chancellor, athletic director and Title IX coordinator.

Read: Mandatory Sexual Assault Prevention Training Part of Univ. of Utah’s New Safety Investments

Mandatory Sexual Assault Prevention Training Part of Univ. of Utah’s New Safety Investments

The project also includes a new campus safety website, additional staff members, and improved campus lighting.

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