The University of Utah announced Friday two investigations into its safety and police procedures following the murder of a student on campus in October.
Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, is increasing its safety and security protocols by increasing law enforcement presence on campus after the third robbery near campus in the past month.
During “Stop the Bleed” training, participants learn to dress fake gashes and bullet wounds, as well as use tourniquets. The goal is to be able to stop bleeding and begin to take care of significant wounds in an emergency before paramedics arrive on the scene.
A lawsuit filed this week claims that a lack of sufficient security measures during 2016 homecoming activities on the Morehouse College campus led to injuries and medical bills for some attendees.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in North Carolina are reviewing their campus security measures throughout the district in light of a shooting at Butler High School in which one student was fatally shot by allegedly another student in a crowded hallway.
Following an attack on campus, University of Nevada at Las Vegas are issuing tips on campus security.
Following an on-campus shooting involving two non-students, Grambling State University in Louisiana has made changes to its security and safety policies.
A school district in Virginia has approved and implemented armed guards on its campuses.
In the aftermath of the shooting, Texas Tech University president Lawrence Schovanec called on the Texas Department of Public Safety to conduct a review of campus security and safety procedures and policies.