Risk Management


University of Washington Releases Safety App

University of Washington Releases Safety App

The University of Washington police department announced last week the launch of a new campus safety app. The app, SafeZone, allows users to connect with UWPD dispatch and other local emergency resources.

Maryland Introduces New Tip Line and Mobile App

Maryland Introduces New Tip Line and Mobile App

The state has introduced a new safety app that allows students to anonymously report threats.

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.

Intelligent Infrastructure For A Smarter Campus

Schools and universities are increasingly the targets of both physical threats and cyberattacks.

New Tech Increases School Bus Safety for Students and Drivers

New Tech Increases School Bus Safety for Students and Drivers

The Tyler Drive pairs with the Traversa Ride 360 app and includes features like a GPS that allows each school bus to be tracked and a list of student names and addresses so drivers can better keep tabs on who is riding on their bus.

NASRO Introduces National Standards for SROs

NASRO Introduces National Standards for SROs

NASRO has created recommended national standards and best practices for school resource officer (SRO) programs

Texas School District Increases Security Presence on Campus

Texas School District Increases Security Presence on Campus

Lake Travis ISD schools will see more troopers on campus this year.

NM Schools Consider Armed Security Guards

NM Schools Consider Armed Security Guards

Rio Rancho Public Schools already has school resource officers on campuses, but the armed security guards would be employed by the district.



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.

Red Flag Law Seizes Guns from those Deemed Dangerous

Red Flag Law Seizes Guns from those Deemed Dangerous

The red flag law looks to curb gun violence following a string of school shootings.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - October 2018

    October 2018

    Featuring:

    • The Importance of Coordinated Communications
    • Technology and School Security
    • Invisible Protection
    • AI Comes to the Classroom

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