Your Campus Incident Reporting Cheat Sheet
Today’s incident reporting software solutions improve campus public safety officer effectiveness while helping administrators manage the bottom line.
Without a doubt, the proper tracking and reporting of crimes at U.S. universities and hospitals has become much more challenging in the past 20 years. The passage of the Clery Act in 1990, not to mention its recent revisions, has prompted institutions of higher education to closely monitor and publicize the incidents that occur on and around their campuses. On the healthcare side of things, the Joint Commission’s 2010 Sentinel Event Alert has prompted top management at U.S. hospitals to pay closer attention to the security issues and risks associated with their medical centers.
Fortunately, for both schools and hospitals, dispatch communication and incident reporting software have proven to be invaluable tools for campuses wanting to improve public safety while achieving cost savings.
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