Weapons

Lock & Load? The 2nd Amendment Arrives on Campus

Thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court’s watershed decision regarding the Second Amendment in June, state lawmakers, university policymakers and campus safety personnel nationwide face a conundrum that must be answered in a prudent way. The solution will greatly impact the daily lives of everyone on campus.

Read: Real-World Alternatives to Deadly Force

Real-World Alternatives to Deadly Force

Campus public safety departments may find that less lethal weapons are particularly appropriate for their communities. The latest offerings, listed here, are some of the more effective solutions available on the market.

Read: Editor's Desk: Despite Panic by Others, a Measured Approach Works Best

Editor's Desk: Despite Panic by Others, a Measured Approach Works Best

Read: Editor's Desk: Va. Tech Report Confirms Shortcomings, Offers Preventive Tactics

Editor's Desk: Va. Tech Report Confirms Shortcomings, Offers Preventive Tactics

Read: Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Think Nothing Happens at Hospitals? Guess Again.

Read: Are Your Campus Officers Properly Armed?

Are Your Campus Officers Properly Armed?

Read: 12 Tips For Cracking Down on Weapons Assaults

12 Tips For Cracking Down on Weapons Assaults

With campus gun violence in the headlines once again, hospital, school and university officials should review and update their policies, procedures and equipment so they can reduce the threat of future attacks.

Read: The Sky Is Not Falling

The Sky Is Not Falling

Read: Analyzing Less Lethal Options

Analyzing Less Lethal Options

As the technology behind less lethal weaponry improves, campus safety professionals are faced with a growing number of options to consider. In this Campus Safety exclusive, the Florida Gulf Coast University Weapons and Equipment Research Institute shares its unbiased, independent evaluations of less lethal weapons.

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