Town Hall Reflects on Gun Violence at Schools & Prospective Solutions

This article was originally published on Falls Church News Press A crowd of 1300 attended a town hall meeting with U.S. Representatives Don Beyer (D-VA) and Ted Deutch (D-FL) in addition to featured speaker Fred Guttenberg at T.C. Williams High School on March 7....

On April 30th, 2016, Will Marling, Interim Senior Director for Operations and Programs, discussed campus safety and 32 NCSI (National Campus Safety Initiative) with radio show host “Lady Justice” Donna Gore.

Listen to the podcast here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/insidelenz/2016/04/30/shattered-lives-will-marling-raising-the-bar-in-campus-safety

Preventing Another Virginia Tech

This article was origionally published on BaltimoreSun.com Ten years ago, on April 16, 2007, a college student — who had been adjudicated a danger to himself in a court of law — bought two guns, went to his campus and committed two rounds of shootings in one morning....

CUPIC Conference, August 2-5, 2016

College and University Police and Investigators Conference (CUPIC) August 2-5, 2016 Fairview Park Marriott Falls Church, VA The George Mason University Police Department is hosting the Eleventh Annual College and University Police and Investigators Conference (CUPIC)...

Colleges Expand Access to Mental Health Services on Campus

Driven by greater student demand, colleges expand access to mental health services by embedding counselors in residence halls and creating 24-hour hotlines.

Read the article written by Jake New here.

College Rankings Should Include Public Safety By Phoebe Schreiber and Michael Kimmel

April 7, 2016- It’s college acceptance season. Millions of students are nowweighing their options about where to spend the next four years of their lives.

As they do, they will likely turn to premier college rankings guides such as The Princeton Reviewan independent organization that has offered data on colleges and universities for more than three decades.

But The Princeton Review is missing a critical piece of information that it could easily provide for each campus: How safe is this school? How likely is it that any given student—myself, my child—will experience sexual assault?

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Ten Years Later, Every State Must Fully Participate

    by Progressive Voice  April 13, 2017 at 12:15 pm Progressive Voice is a weekly opinion column. The views and opinions expressed in the column are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of their organizations or ARLnow.com. By Paul...

One Victim’s Father Looks Beyond Guns

October 10, 2015 By CHANNON HODGE View original story After his daughter’s death in the 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech, Joseph Samaha grew weary of empty political promises on gun control legislation and sought a middle ground to promote safer...

How to Assess Your Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Response Program

August 31, 2015 By Robin Hattersley Gray View original article   Here's how the University of Florida successfully applied 32NCSI’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Assessment Tool. A significant number of safety and security-related incidents that occur in college communities...

VTV Newsletter – Fall 2015

In This Issue 2015 Annual Meeting National Safety Month ISRO Model & Training Gene Deisinger Podcast Website Updates 32 NCSI Launch VTV In The News   View complete newsletter >...

VTV Newsletter – Spring 2015

In This Issue New Offices 32 NCSI Advisory Council Meeting Grant: SRO Curriculum Congresswoman Comstock VTV at NASPA VTV Webinars National Campus Safety Forum 32 NCSI Website Initial 32 NCSI Self-Assessment Tools 32 NCSI Online Learning National Center for Campus...

VTV Newsletter – Fall 2014

In This Issue Message from the President New Executive Director National Center for Campus Public Safety 32 National Campus Safety Initiative VTV Outreach Crises Response Team Meet our 32NCSI Expert – Connie Kirkland 2014 Board of Directors Membership Directory Update...

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