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A networking group focused on “spearheading discussion about security and safety at educational facilities” has been launched to bring together school leaders and aligned stakeholders.
Allied Universal is teaming up with the Clery Center, a non-profit training and policy organization dedicated to creating safer campus communities, to develop video-based training tools for campus public safety personnel.
VANCOUVER — The University of British Columbia is setting up a task force in response to an American travel ban that prevents residents of seven countries from entering the United States for 90 days.
There are many images and videos on the Man Up Against Violence website that would give almost anyone pause for thought. Men crying, men talking about temptations to hit women, men talking about how violence against women is a male issue, men talking about how they need to “man up” and take a leadership role in diminishing the terrible toll of domestic violence. These are not easy conversations to have.
FREDERICTON — The dean of computer science at the University of New Brunswick has been named a Canada Research Chair in Cybersecurity.
CINCINNATI — Authorities are investigating terrorism as a possible motive in the car-and-knife attack on the Ohio State University campus, the latest in a series of cases involving young men who apparently became radicalized in the heartland state.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – A Somali-born Ohio State University student plowed his car into a group of pedestrians on campus and then got out and began stabbing people with a butcher knife Monday before he was shot to death by an officer. Police said they are investigating whether it was a terrorist attack.
QUEBEC – Laval University officials say they've stepped up security at a student residence following a rash of break-ins and allegations of sex-related crimes currently under police investigation.
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government has introduced a bill that would require all post-secondary schools to have appropriate sexual assault policies.
Following a long and successful stint in risk and investigations (and before that, policing) Mark LaLonde recently took over as Burnaby, B.C.-based Simon Fraser University’s chief safety officer. He is already looking at the benefits of implementing process improvement tools like Six Sigma and ISO standards, and is definitely bringing his risk-based background to campus security. Canadian Security spoke to LaLonde mere weeks into the new position about risk, campus safety and building relationships with staff and students.
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