As security technology and human engagement continue to intersect, it is imperative that campus security professionals make a conscious effort to refine their security procedures
One teenage student has died and three others were injured during a school shooting south of Spokane, Washington on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Oftentimes, an organization or school will create a plan and just file it away on a shelf to collect dust. If a plan isn’t regularly reviewed and practiced, then when it comes time to deal with an actual emergency— severe weather, a health scare or an active shooter—the chances for loss of life and injuries are higher.
A teacher shot himself in a classroom just before classes started on Thursday, August 17.
For the coming school year, an Ohio school district has approved 32 employees to have access to firearms as part of a new armed security response team
With classes about to be back in session, several schools are giving their campus security an overhaul
Community college campuses across the state are now allowing students to carry firearms on campus, as part of phase two of the campus carry law.
The advantages of having a mass notification system with a single point of activation
Long Island systems integrator launches free security education line-up; works with law enforcement professionals, local school districts and businesses to help with security preparedness