The Iowa City Community School District is developing a team to implement an assessment model that prevents violence and resolves conflict.
Members of the state’s assembly have demanded more specific statewide guidelines for school reopening, emphasizing that equity gaps will otherwise grow as some students return to classrooms faster than others.
State University of New York announced a new policy mandating all students using on-campus facilities to test negative for COVID-19 within 10 days before leaving campus for Thanksgiving break.
The first step in developing a plan is to establish a multi-disciplinary framework that ensures every area of the college is represented from administrators including the facilities, athletics, resident halls, wellness centers, research labs, human resources, academic deans and representatives, security/campus police and legal.
- By Stephen R. Aborn, Joshua Skule
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States, lawmakers, school district leaders, and parents are debating and discussing the merits and pitfalls of bringing students back into the classroom this fall.
The University’s after-hours security escort organizations will offer fewer services and programs for the fall semester as a result of decreased demand during the pandemic.
Adaptive screening solutions help improve security posture for universities nationwide
The Public Safety Advisory Committee and the Independent Review Committee are comprised of students, faculty, and staff from across the University of Utah and are designed to ensure a broad representation of constituents are included in public safety decision-making.
Campus police at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee are increasing patrols for large off-campus parties in an effort to stop large gatherings before they happen during the coronavirus pandemic.
All University of Utah police officers and command staff participated in an implicit bias training presented by Fair and Impartial Policing.