School shootings are not new. Campuses have been fighting to keep students safe for decades.
A teenager was killed near a North Las Vegas high school in what police believe was a targeted shooting.
A man defied security measures to kill his bedridden wife and himself, rattling hospital staff.
The Campus Security & Life Safety team is taking its one-day Summit to Phoenix, Ariz.
The Department of Homeland Security is offering school districts funding for student trauma training programs.
Campus lockdown procedures, much like other emergency response and disaster preparedness measures, are critical to the safe and secure operation of a school campus.
With back-to-school upon us, we all know how important it is to ensure students are prepped with the essentials.
Education Week’s log of school shootings reveals at least 13 incidents in 2018 so far, with 97 people killed or injured. How do we stop this unending cycle of violence?
It happened at 11:46 a.m. on a Friday, just three weeks before the Parkland shooting. A southeastern university issued a campus-wide emergency notification advising a gunman was on or near campus, and that individuals should seek protective shelter immediately.
- By Gus Porter, MPH, CPH, Jeff Karpovich, MA, CPP, CHPA
“You never think it is going to happen to you.” That was the first thing Jake Glacer said to me when we sat down to talk at ISC West.