Kaylee's Law, named after Kaylee Sawyer, who was killed by a security officer at Central Oregon Community College in Bend during 2016, promises to change campus security laws for the well-being of students and staff at local Oregon colleges.
College administrators and managers focus on planning for every possible emergency scenario in advance of each upcoming school year. However, new threats always emerge that will test your people and processes.
Paul Denton, Chief of The Ohio State University Police Division, and Paul Turner, Director of Event Operations and Security for the Dallas Cowboys and AT&T Stadium, will each be presented the Distinguished Leadership Award during the 2015 National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition.
New research shows a pattern of under-reporting of on-campus sexual assaults by universities and colleges across the nation, and some schools have continued to under-report even after being fined for violations of federal law, according to a study published by the American Psychological Association.
Training videos can be both effective and fun if you have some imagination and are open to a different approach. The safety and security video that Kishwaukee College in Malta, Illinois, recently developed proves that point.
The constituencies of America’s colleges and universities are changing. Many schools are seeing new populations arrive on campus, and colleges are competing for a diminishing and changing student body.
Keeping pedestrians safe, protecting structures from accidental or intentional automobile crashes, and force protection (keeping employees and visitors from harm) have always been campus safety concerns.
Virginia Western Community College Chief of Police, Craig Harris, is always looking for ways to improve safety and security on campus. Like many educational institutions around the country, Harris thought it was essential to retool his campus’s public safety plans after the tragic events at Virginia Tech.
Our special report this month features 26 security leaders who are changing the industry, inspiring many and leading with innovation. Security experts discuss the CCPA, public-private relationships, mobile device security and how aware employees can mitigate active shooter events and workplace violence.