Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine Digital Edition - January February 2020

January / February 2020

  • THE FAST PACE OF CAMPUS SECURITY
  • ALL TOO COMMON
  • THE CLERY ACT
  • SAFEGUARDING YOUR ATHLETIC FIELDS
  • BOOSTING ACCESS CONTROL


Cover Story

The Fast Pace of Campus Security

The Fast Pace of Campus Security

By Monique Merhige

Keeping up with the fast pace of New York City can be a difficult task for some schools.


Features

Message Received

Message Received

By Noah Reiter

There is little debate as to whether the introduction of new emergency communications technologies have changed the industry for the better.


On The Move

On The Move

By Tyler Webb

The University of Oklahoma has a history of evolving alongside technology.


Saving Lives

Saving Lives

By Paul Hefty

Information is key during a campus emergency. Injuries and damages from events, such as active shooters, fires, chemical spills and severe weather, can soar if a campus lacks a proper emergency notification system (ENS).


Safeguarding Your Athletic Fields

Safeguarding Your Athletic Fields

By Bruce Canal

When I was a kid I would often head to the schoolyard after class for a pickup game of baseball or soccer.


Eight Times the Power

Eight Times the Power

By Aaron Saks

Many of us may have 4K television sets in our homes that look incredible compared to previous generation HD sets.


Campus Safety

Campus Safety

By Stephen R. Aborn

Decades worth of surveys have demonstrated that families and students place campus safety and security at the forefront of the decision-making process when deciding on where to enroll.


All Too Common

By James Segil

As of July 2019, there were 22 school shootings in the United States in which someone was hurt or killed.


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