Violence Prevention

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: Responding to Abusive Patient Behavior: 10 Ways to Defuse Incidents

Responding to Abusive Patient Behavior: 10 Ways to Defuse Incidents

Here are 10 tips on managing abusive individuals discusses how staff members can take action to prevent or mitigate dangerous behavior.

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.

Nationwide Study Finds No Increase in Crime After Ferguson Backlash

A new study disproves the notion that the controversial fatal shooting of Michael Brown has led to an increase in crime.

Read: New Phone Apps Can Help Terrorists Communicate

New Phone Apps Can Help Terrorists Communicate

Schools have an interest in monitoring student communication to prevent cyber bullying and planned attacks. Now counterterrorism forces are also realizing the importance of monitoring these channels.

Read: Canadian Nurses Dealing with Increased Rate of Assaults

Canadian Nurses Dealing with Increased Rate of Assaults

Ontario’s University Health Network saw nurse assaults nearly double in a stretch between 2012 and 2014.

Read: Patient Attack Leads to New Hospital Security Measure in Canada

Patient Attack Leads to New Hospital Security Measure in Canada

After a review of a violent incident at Penticton Regional Hospital in British Columbia, staff members will be equipped with personal alarms.

California Governor Signs Bill to Prevent Hospital Violence

The bill focuses on mitigating risk factors and requires incidents of violence to be reported to Cal/OSHA.

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