Incident Response


Denver Schools Reopen Thursday, Police Remain Vigilant After Threat of Shooting

Denver Schools Reopen Thursday, Police Remain Vigilant After Threat of Shooting

All Denver-area schools closed for a “credible threat” Wednesday will be open Thursday after the FBI said late Wednesday there was “no longer a threat to the community.”

Denver Metro Schools Closed Wednesday Due to Ongoing Threat

Denver Metro Schools Closed Wednesday Due to Ongoing Threat

Schools across the Denver area are closed today as a “massive manhunt” continues for a woman “infatuated with Columbine” who is said to be armed and “extremely dangerous,” according to police

Bay Area Jewish Institutions Receive $825,000 in Federal Security Grants

Bay Area Jewish Institutions Receive $825,000 in Federal Security Grants

Multiple synagogues and Jewish institutions in Sacramento and the Bay Area have each received federal grants of as much as $150,000 for security.

Mansfield Schools Addressing Safety, Security After Alleged Stalking of Teacher

Mansfield Schools Addressing Security After Alleged Stalking of Teacher

Mansfield Schools Superintendent Teresa Murphy said Tuesday that district officials have addressed safety and security problems raised by a man who, according to police, entered two schools after hours while stalking a teacher he once dated.

Bullet Holes Discovered at Massachusetts Elementary School

Bullet Holes Discovered at Massachusetts Elementary School

Some Hood Elementary School parents are unhappy with the way they were notified after a teacher discovered gunshot damage to the campus’s portable addition on Monday morning.

Arkansas District to Add Safety Measures Following Campus Shooting

Arkansas District to Add Safety Measures Following Campus Shooting

Prescott School District plans to add additional safety and security measures following last Monday’s on-campus shooting.

Proposed Wisconsin Bill Would Allow Students to be Warned before Drills

Proposed Wisconsin Bill Would Allow Students to be Warned before Drills

Under proposed changes to Wisconsin law, students could be given advance warning about emergency drills.

Leveraging a Unified Mass Notification Solution

Make no mistake, mass notification solutions are a critical necessity no matter what size your campus is.



UVA Nursing Students Host “Stop the Bleed” Course at High School

UVA Nursing Students Host “Stop the Bleed” Course at High School

Louisa County High School held a “Stop the Bleed” course, where University of Virginia nursing students trained students, faculty and staff in how to handle a life-threatening injury.

Washington Hospital Cited and Fined for Failing to Protect Workers from Assaults

Washington Hospital Cited and Fined for Failing to Protect Workers from Assaults

The Washington Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) has cited and fined Washington’s largest state-run psychiatrist hospital for failing to protect employees from assaults by patients.

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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