Many years ago, as a college student, my opinion of campus police was entirely negative: campus cops were not real cops; they were the wannabes who couldn’t cut it in municipal agencies.
- By Lt. John M. Weinstein, PhD
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has taken action to strengthen Title IX protections for survivors of sexual misconduct and to restore due process in campus proceedings to ensure all students can pursue an education free from sex discrimination.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond and the California Department of Education (CDE) recently hosted an online panel of students to create a space for young adults to have an honest discussion about institutional racism and implicit bias in public schools.
The best environment for learning is one where students, teachers and staff feel safe.
- By Christopher Buecksler, Derek Peterson
March 2020 was the first March in about 20 years without a school shooting in the United States. The Washington Post reported that has been school shootings in the month of March every year since 2002.
Campus security requires a delicate balance of securing critical components such as patients, students, intellectual property or pharmaceuticals, yet provides an open and welcoming environment to its numerous and diverse visitors.
Campus IT managers are responsible for managing their school’s tech stack.
The attack on Panama-Buena Vista Union is just the latest in an academic year that has seen a spike in ransomware attacks across the United States.
State lawmakers are introducing legislation to allow law enforcement to track IP addresses and prosecute fake tipsters.
There is little debate as to whether the introduction of new emergency communications technologies have changed the industry for the better.