The suspect was charged with felony counts of disorderly conduct and aggravated battery related to the incident, which took place Nov. 28.
"He got into the 1200 building because that door was unlocked and unstaffed and that we say that is a security failure," Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said.
Upon investigation, the hospital found that the exposed information may have been accessed between Sept. 22-29, but that there was no evidence that the information was disclosed or used by bad actors.
Guilford County Schools officials are reevaluating safety and security at campuses in Greensboro, N.C., after an incident last week in which an armed man walked into the Smith High School cafeteria and demanded that employees bring him two people on his hit list.
The campus security market is expected to grow due to the increasing threats schools face.
“An off-duty police officer in uniform,” Fr. Steve DeLeon said. "It's sad. It’s supposed to be a place of worship where everybody should feel safe, but I think we are living in different times."
A magazine filled with live ammunition prompted a lockdown at a Colorado Springs high school.
“We are increasing the number of public safety patrols around campus, all of campus, but in particular, the residence halls,” college official Michael Graca said.
Planning for everything that could possibly go wrong is second nature for members of the University of Calgary’s Risk portfolio, who are constantly tracking the worst-case scenario and developing strategies to prevent it.
In emergency situations, seconds count, so knowing how to immediately identify and respond effectively to any level of emergency is critical.