Policies & Procedures


Security Changes Following Death of an Officer at Texas Tech

Security Changes Following Death of an Officer at Texas Tech

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.

Texas Schools Awarded $2 Million to Stop School Violence

Texas Schools Awarded $2 Million to Stop School Violence

The grants come five months after the shooting at Santa Fe High School that left 10 people dead. The funding is part of the $70 million in grants announced last week by the Department of Justice.



DOJ Announces Funding for School Security

DOJ Announces Funding for School Security

The Department of Justice announced more than $70 million in grants across the U.S.

Why Campus Environment Should Choose a Unified Solution

Why Campus Environment Should Choose a Unified Solution

Campus environments experience many challenges when it comes to securing their facilities. University environments need to find the right balance between having an open environment and a secure environment.

The Importance of Coordinated Communications

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The Importance of Coordinated Communications

Educators are challenged with not only educating children but also guiding them safely into successful adulthood.

K-9 Safety Sweeps Introduced at Norwalk Schools

K-9 Safety Sweeps Introduced at Norwalk Schools

Chief of School Operations Frank Costanzo sent a letter to parents on Sept. 18 detailing that several police officers and dogs could be present during upcoming safety checks on campuses.

Albuquerque Schools Train Teachers on New Active Shooter Protocol

Albuquerque Schools Train Teachers on New Active Shooter Protocol

Instead of the traditional lockdown and shelter-in-place protocol for an active shooter incident, APS will now be applying the ALICE system: “alert, lockdown, inform, counter and evacuate.” ALICE has been introduced to 3,700 school districts and is more proactive than the traditional response.

10 Questions Parents should Ask about Higher Education Security

10 Questions Parents should Ask about Higher Education Security

Here are 10 questions parents should be asking when determining which school is best for their student.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - March April 2019

    March/April 2019

    Featuring:

    • Proactive Steps in Protecting Students Using Technology
    • Securing Our Hospitals and Protecting Your Privacy
    • Leveraging a Unified Mass Notification Solution
    • From Safe Campus to Smart Campus

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