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Game Day Safety: More than Just Two Points during a College Football Game

Aug 6, 2018 10:24:00 AM / by Cassandra Nordyke posted in education

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In football, a safety is worth two points. For those attending a college football game, safety is worth everything.

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How Your University Can Prepare for an Active Shooter and Other Emergency Situations (SYS - EDU - Checklist - 2017)

May 1, 2018 6:46:02 PM / by Sam Klietz posted in education

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Once unthinkable, the act of a gunman entering a university or institute of higher education (IHE) campus with the sole intent of doing harm to faculty, staff, students and visitors has become an all too common occurrence.  With this as the reality, if the call comes in that shots have been fired, is your campus adequately prepared to address the situation? Active shooter scenarios are dynamic and evolve quickly. Therefore, proper emergency management preparation and the availability of information on your campus can prove significant in promoting situational awareness and saving lives.

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How to Improve the Safety of Your College Campus

May 1, 2018 5:32:53 PM / by Juvare Staff posted in education

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According to a poll conducted by Noodle Education, three out of every four parents ranked “a safe environment” as their number one concern. This answer speaks volumes since it was ranked above “acquisition of real-world marketable skills,” “a first-rate academic experience,” and “affordability”.
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Is Your College Prepared? Three Reasons Why Your Institution Should Use a Web-Based System to Respond to Emergencies

May 1, 2018 5:27:36 PM / by Juvare Staff posted in Emergency Management, education

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A mid-size university in Tennessee has the right idea when it comes to keeping its students safe. And other colleges and universities can learn a lesson from it.

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Clery Act: How to Submit Your Institution's Annual Security Report With Ease

Apr 30, 2018 8:23:00 PM / by Juvare Staff posted in education

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In 1986, Jeanne Clery, a 19-year-old student attending Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, was raped and murdered in her dorm room. Her attack was one of several violent crimes that had recently occurred at the university. Jeanne’s parents sued the university and eventually took their fight to Capitol Hill, claiming that their daughter would not have attended the university had its crime record been disclosed.

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