As security technology and human engagement continue to intersect, it is imperative that campus security professionals make a conscious effort to refine their security procedures
September is designated as the official “Campus Fire Safety Month,” as August and September are typically the worst time of the school year for fatal campus-related housing fires.
For parents sending their kids off to school, whether it’s K-12 or college, knowing that there are people working hard to keep your kids safe offers some peace of mind.
The University of Nevada at Las Vegas is stepping up their security with the installation of emergency communication centers.
Over the next five years, the Quebec government will be spending $23 million to help with the prevention of and response to sexual violence at universities
A teacher shot himself in a classroom just before classes started on Thursday, August 17.
When it comes to emergency notification, redundancy is a good thing at Daemen College
Following the tragic events that took place in Charlottesville, Texas A&M has decided to cancel an event that was scheduled to take place on September 11.
Over the weekend protesters and counter protesters clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia, leading to violent clashes and a deadly vehicle attack.
For the coming school year, an Ohio school district has approved 32 employees to have access to firearms as part of a new armed security response team