Weapons Detection

Concealed Guns on Campus Draws 64% Opposition

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Still Learning 10 Years Later

Supreme Court Declares School Strip Search Illegal

WASHINGTON

Read: On Patrol: All Together Now! Partnerships Make the Difference in Beaverton

On Patrol: All Together Now! Partnerships Make the Difference in Beaverton

By reaching out to local community agencies, such as local law enforcement, school volunteers, parents and staff, Beaverton (Ore.) School District Director of Public Safety Randy Kayfes has created an environment that not only protects the district’s campuses, but also allows students, parents and staff to express their concerns.

Read: Achieving Metal Detection Optimization

Achieving Metal Detection Optimization

Answering the following seven questions will put you on the path toward properly installing and using today’s metal detection technology.

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: Metal Detection Worth Its Mettle

Metal Detection Worth Its Mettle

The metal detectors now available on the market can help healthcare and education facilities reduce their risk of weapons assaults. Knowing how to install and use this equipment, however, is the key to keeping it effective.

Read: Threatening Note Evolves Into an Opportunity

Threatening Note Evolves Into an Opportunity

When a disturbing note was discovered in a high school restroom, the Peters Township School District of McMurray, Pa., responded by putting the campus’ safety preparedness plans and procedures into action.

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