Violence Prevention

Read: Appoquinimink School District’s Integrated Approach to Mental Health, School Safety

Appoquinimink School District’s Integrated Approach to Mental Health, School Safety

A school safety practitioner shares insights into her district’s five-year strategic plan for nurturing the holistic well-being of students.

Read: How UC San Diego Quintupled Its Case Management Team to Meet Growing Student Needs

How UC San Diego Quintupled Its Case Management Team to Meet Growing Student Needs

UC San Diego’s Student Affairs Case Management Services, the winner of the Clery Center’s Campus Safety Impact Award, has grown exponentially in recent years. Here’s how.

Read: 4 Ways Technology Can Mitigate Campus Violence

4 Ways Technology Can Mitigate Campus Violence

Innovations in modern safety technologies offer campus safety leaders a critical advantage in addressing threats before they happen.

Read: What to Look for in a Self-Defense Class

What to Look for in a Self-Defense Class

If you are considering taking a self-defense class or having someone teach it at your workplace, here are nine components to look for in a program.

Read: 3 Self-Defense Strategies Everyone Should Know

3 Self-Defense Strategies Everyone Should Know

While many self-defense classes largely focus on physical techniques, learning how to avoid or stop a potential altercation before it turns physical is just as crucial.

Read: Former Oxford School Leader Shares Lessons Learned in Violence Prevention, Response and Recovery

Former Oxford School Leader Shares Lessons Learned in Violence Prevention, Response and Recovery

Two years after four students were tragically killed at Oxford High School, a former district leader offers advice on school violence mitigation.

Read: Final Oxford High School Shooting Report Released

Final Oxford High School Shooting Report Released

The 572-page report determined the fatal shooting could have been prevented if the district’s threat assessment policies had been followed.

Read: California Governor Signs Gun and Ammo Tax Law

California Governor Signs Gun and Ammo Tax Law

The tax revenue, which is estimated to generate $159 million annually, will pay for school safety and violence prevention programs.

Read: Tinder Releases Safe Dating Guide for College Students

Tinder Releases Safe Dating Guide for College Students

The popular dating app sees the highest number of new 18-year-old members between the months of August and September, when freshman orientations are underway.

Read: 4 Ways to Prevent Violence Against Professors

4 Ways to Prevent Violence Against Professors

Here are four tips for tightening up violence prevention and response plans to help your campus mitigate acts of violence against professors.

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