Campus Safety’s Top Blogs of 2011
Access control, Occupy Wall Street, mass notification, flash mobs and guns on campus were just some of the hot topics this year.
2011 was an eventful year that kept our Campus Command Post bloggers busy.
Campus Safety would like to thank our regular blog contributors, Dave Burns, Michael Dorn and Jim Grayson for their oustanding insight on today’s most pressing hospital, school and university public safety issues. We also greatly appreciate our guest bloggers who contributed outstanding content as well. Happy New Year!
Here are the top Campus Command Post blogs from 2011:
- U.S. Department of Education report highlights new precedents that campuses must consider.
- Here are seven reasons why they are a bad idea.
- Law enforcement, fire officials, emergency management and security professionals can spot safety issues with new construction and renovation plans.
- Here are some of the lessons learned by Carolinas Medical Center when Occupy Charlotte protested at their facilities.
- During stressful situations, school teachers and administrators might not be able to effectively use codes.
- Grant applications for programs that are sustainable, reduce unemployment and focus on more than just the purchasing of equipment have the best chance of being awarded.
- Community policing, tip lines and video surveillance can help, but how much?
- With the Tucson, Ariz., shootings, the nation was once again witness to a mass homicide that had connections to an Institution of Higher Education (IHE).
- Using your phone for the job can be helpful, but it could get you into legal hot water.
- Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of a few basic mechanical and electronic access control systems.
To see what our bloggers are writing about now, visit our Campus Command Post.