Policies & Procedures


University of Houston to Offer Fewer Services during Pandemic

University of Houston to Offer Fewer Services during Pandemic

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.

Securitas Plays Critical Role in the Re-opening of Universities across the Nation

Adaptive screening solutions help improve security posture for universities nationwide



U of Utah Announces New Public Safety Committees

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.

U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Increase Patrols for Off-Campus Parties

U of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Increase Patrols for Off-Campus Parties

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.  

Implicit bias training

U of U Police Participated in Implicit Bias Training with Community

All University of Utah police officers and command staff participated in an implicit bias training presented by Fair and Impartial Policing.

Baylor Students Told To Shelter In Dorm Over COVID-19 Outbreak

Baylor students, in Waco Texas, have been told to shelter in place for four days due to a COVID-19 outbreak. The students live in Martin Hall dorm and are being asked to stay at home after more than 20 students tested positive for coronavirus.

Using AI to Ensure Healthy Air in School Facilities A Key Measure to Mitigating the Spread of COVID-19 in Schools

Using AI to Ensure Healthy Air in School Facilities A Key Measure to Mitigating the Spread of COVID-19 in Schools

School re-openings are causing a great deal of concern for students and faculty across the nation.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio speaking at an event in June.

NYC Teachers and Principals Pressure Mayor de Blasio to Delay School Reopening

New York City public schools are set to reopen on Sept. 10. However, the city’s teachers, principals, and staff say schools are unprepared to reopen and are pressuring Mayor Bill de Blasio to delay the start of in-person instruction by several weeks.

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical

As colleges and K-12 schools plan for classes this fall — online, in classrooms, or a hybrid of both — those that opt for some form of in-person instruction will need to deliver it safely, ever-mindful of the coronavirus that’s still present.

5 Ways to Create a Multifaceted Student Safety Approach

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.

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