Managing Campus Safety and Security in Higher Education
Author(s): J. Eric Coleman, Peter Johnstone
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The tragedies that have occurred on college campuses across the nation have been increasing the last decade.
Taking this into consideration, Managing Campus Safety and Security in Higher Education provides a commentary from some of the leading campus public safety experts in hopes to promote a better understanding of the threats to campus security and how to stop them.
Managing Campus Safety and Security in Higher Education was written mainly for graduate students, but also for senior administrators, parents, students, and security personnel alike.
Available in Print and eBook editions, Managing Campus Safety and Security in Higher Education:
- Was written by 11 contributing authors with a wide variety of expertise in the field of campus security
- Promotes greater understanding of the dangers being faced on college campuses everywhere.
- Hopes to inspire meaningful discussions on the topic and provide for safer campuses everywhere.
Part 1: Understanding Campus police and Safety
Chapter 1: The Emergence of Campus Police and Security in the United States
Chapter 2: Major Campus Incidents Driving Change and Modernization
Chapter 3: The Impact of Title IX and the Clery Act on Campus Safety
Part 2: Nature and Score of Campus Crime
Chapter 4: Confronting the Unimaginable
Chapter 5: Guns on College Campuses
Chapter 6: Mental Health and Campus Public Safety
Part 3: Managing and Preventing Campus Crime and Crisis
Chapter 7: Developing an Effective Emergency Management Program
Chapter 8: Critical Interagency Collaborations and Response Capacity
Chapter 9: Safety and Security Considerations for Campus Events
Part IV: Campus Safety Challenges
Chapter 10: Communications and Media Skills: Core Assets not Add-ons
Chapter 11: Future Trends: The National Center for Campus Public Safety
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