Critical communication and collaboration technology platform Rave Mobile Safety has announced that it supports compliance with Virginia’s Marcus Alert System. The Marcus Alert was established to provide mental health awareness resources and community understanding services around the state, and it was named for a man shot and killed by a police officer while experiencing a mental health episode in 2018.
On Wednesday, March 10, the Northeastern Illinois University campus in Chicago, Ill., was locked down after what police called a “shootout” took place in a campus parking lot. There were no reported injuries.
Syracuse University has recently informed about 9,800 of its students, alumni, and applicants of a data security breach that might have exposed their names and Social Security numbers.
Schools are still grappling with the need to invest in technology and intelligent solutions that better provide a safe and healthy learning environment.
A campus evacuation is one of the most challenging emergency situations a college or university may face.
Undergraduate students at the University of Michigan have been issued an emergency stay-in-place order, after data shows that COVID-19 cases among Michigan students represents more than 60% of all local cases.
Many of the CDC’s guidelines can be met through the use of technology, and schools should be investing in and implementing technology solutions that not only helps them adhere to CDC guidelines this fall, but bolsters their overall school safety now and in the future.
The Virginia Commonwealth University Police Department says four suspects are being sought after stealing a vehicle from a parking deck on VCU’s campus.
By the numbers, mass shootings on school grounds represent less than 1 percent of overall school violence incidents.
At the University of New England, access control is a piece of a larger puzzle helping to connect each person to the institution and campus.