Incident Response


UVA Nursing Students Host “Stop the Bleed” Course at High School

UVA Nursing Students Host “Stop the Bleed” Course at High School

Louisa County High School held a “Stop the Bleed” course, where University of Virginia nursing students trained students, faculty and staff in how to handle a life-threatening injury.

Illinois Sheriff’s Office, School District Collaborate to Launch Pilot Safety Program

Illinois Sheriff’s Office, School District Collaborate to Launch Pilot Safety Program

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office and Fremont School District 79 are collaborating on a pilot safety program for schools.

Beyond Educators – The New Role of Teachers In Our School System

Beyond Educators – The New Role of Teachers In Our School System

Teachers in our society deserve medals – not only for their role as educators - but for taking on the responsibility of protecting our children from harm and now acting as first responders in a crisis.

Hackers Steal Applicant Data from Three U.S. Colleges

Hackers Steal Applicant Data from Three U.S. Colleges

Hackers have stolen applicant data from Ohio’s Oberlin College, Iowa-based Grinnell College and New York’s Hamilton College and are seeking money from students to retrieve their files.

Ohio School Built with Emergency Alert System in Place

Ohio School Built with Emergency Alert System in Place

A new K-12 school being built in Northridge, Ohio, will be the first school in the state to feature a special security system for contacting law enforcement in an emergency.

Washington Senate Passes Bill Requiring Law Enforcement to Notify Schools of Potential Threats

Washington Senate Passes Bill Requiring Law Enforcement to Notify Schools of Potential Threats

Senate Bill 5514 requires that all schools, public and private, be notified when the possibility of violence calls for evacuations or lockdowns. Local law enforcement would be required to determine if local schools are threatened and to notify them.

Oregon Community College Adds Security Cameras Following Rash of Hit and Runs

Oregon Community College Adds Security Cameras Following Rash of Hit and Runs

Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, Oregon, is adding security cameras to its campus following multiple incidents of hit and runs on campus.

Texas School Safety Bill Focuses on Strengthening Security, Mental Health Resources

Texas School Safety Bill Focuses on Strengthening Security, Mental Health Resources

Texas’ Senate education chairman Sen. Larry Taylor unveiled a school safety measure that touches on strengthening school security, hardening school infrastructure and emphasizing mental health resources.



Chinese Hackers Reportedly Targeted 27 Universities

Chinese Hackers Reportedly Targeted 27 Universities

The cyberattacks focused on universities that either studied underwater technology or had faculty with relevant backgrounds, according to reports.

La Salle University Bolsters Campus Safety After Recent Spike in Crime

La Salle University Bolsters Campus Safety After Recent Spike in Crime

Since Jan. 10, 10 robberies have taken place within 500 feet of the university’s campus, including one Feb. 23 after a town hall meeting about the robberies.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - March April 2019

    March/April 2019

    Featuring:

    • Proactive Steps in Protecting Students Using Technology
    • Securing Our Hospitals and Protecting Your Privacy
    • Leveraging a Unified Mass Notification Solution
    • From Safe Campus to Smart Campus

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