Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - July August 2020

July August 2020

  • A HEALTHY DOSE
  • THINKING BEYOND SECURITY
  • MAKING THE GRADE
  • AN INCIDENT ALERT
  • THE COVID-19 SECURITY CRISIS


Cover Story

A Healthy Dose

By Monique Merhige

Vaping has grown in epidemic proportions over the past few years with schools across the country looking for effective ways to mitigate the situation quickly.


Features

EDITOR'S COMMENTARY

COVID-19 is the Security Problem

By Ralph C. Jensen

If you’re planning on sending the kids back to school this fall, not so fast.


Thinking Beyond Security

By Bruce Canal

Ever wonder why BOGO is such a great marketing ploy? There is something about getting more for your money that buyers find hard to resist.


Identifying the Threats

By Rob Huberty

There are few events more devastating and difficult to prevent than mass shootings. When the average length of an active shooter incident is twelve and a half minutes, but the average police response time is 18 minutes, every second matters in an active shooter situation.


Making the Grade

By Stephan Kaiser

Today’s college and university campuses are more like small cities than closed communities. Spread over large areas, these campuses serve tens of thousands of students, most of whom live off-campus.


As Common as a Smoke Detector

By John Anderson

Indoor gunfire detection has long been a high-value but high-priced addition to a complete security solution.


5 Ways to Create a Multifaceted Student Safety Approach

By Kellie Riley, Melissa Craven

When second graders were given access to Gmail, and fourth graders to start using Google Drive, we knew that we also needed to ensure we were keeping kids safe in this new world that we introduced them to.


Making Data-informed Decisions

By Kevin Paul Taschereau

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.


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