A UK hospital system is enhancing security with body-cams.
Vigo County Schools are implementing a Junior Crimestoppers program as well as a new reporting program, P3 Campus.
John Hopkins is looking into implementing an on-campus police force for effective security.
UMSL has implemented a safety app to enhance campus security.
School officials have identified the victim as Lauren McClusky.
Students at three universities can now access their student ID cards on their iPhone.
Stanford University has increased access control on campus.
Plano ISD, just north of Dallas, Texas, is adding security measures to campus.
“The mission is a little different. In the FBI, the job was to keep the country safe. At the university, it will be my job to keep the campus, students and staff safe as well,” King said.
La Crosse School District is improving safety and security on campus thanks to a grant.
A school district in Virginia has approved and implemented armed guards on its campuses.
Passaic County to hire retired police officers to bolster campus security.
Austin-area schools have moved forward with a guardian program which allows unidentified employees to carry on campus at all times.
Schools in Kyle, Texas are looking to increase security with one-point access, secure vestibules.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools plan to make schools safer in the aftermath of mass shootings.
Over 200 schools in New Mexico will receive funding for security upgrades.
ISU was fined by the Big 12 after students and fans rushed the field after winning against WVU, making it unsafe for the apposing team to leave the field.
With the UChicago Safe app, users can directly call the University of Chicago Police Department and Chicago Police Department, as well as report crimes and talk to UC safety and security dispatch.
According to Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the newly hired guards have a total of 248 years of prior law enforcement and 211 years of prior military experience.
After being fined nearly $1 million, UM is improving campus security and safety.
Heritage Valley’s agreement with Sewickley aims to increase security for hospital patients, employees and visitors.
Swain County school leaders plan to use $4.7 million in state grant money to help build high school classrooms and beef up security.
After receiving approval from the district’s school board last summer, Lufkin High has become the first East Texas school to install keyless entry fingerprint scanners at campus entry points.
MSDWT submits its school safety plan yearly to the state of Indiana, as required by Indiana Administrative Code in order to receive accreditation. According to the district, its security procedures and plans “meet all legal requirements of the state of Indiana and take a multi-hazard approach to school safety.”
The $1 million will be used to increase security infrastructure in Virginia Beach City Public Schools, including more video surveillance in schools, expanded access control for staff, increased external fencing to some campuses and the relocation of security desks to school entrances to allow them to check in visitors to campus.
“I think it’s an added layer of safety and security that helps the students and parents feel more secure about where they’re sending their kids to school,” said Dr. Jerry Pyron, Principal of McNairy Central High School.
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.