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 As rising crime, mass shootings, and the effects of natural disasters pose major threats to physical campuses, how should administrators prioritize their attention? In tandem, how can institutions keep students, faculty, and staff safe in this environment, and what role does technology play in these efforts?

A recent survey conducted by The Chronicle found that 60 percent of campus-safety officers and other administrators reported that their college was working more closely with local law enforcement and the community to help prevent crime on their campus and in surrounding areas.

Learn more findings from our recent campus safety survey. Join us on Wednesday, April 10th, at 2 p.m. ET for What It Takes to Improve Campus Safety, a Virtual Forum on all things student safety and the ethics surrounding campus surveillance and tracking efforts.


Kate Hidalgo Bellows

Staff Reporter
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Shanon Anderson

Associate Vice President for Public Safety, Chief of Police
Oregon State University

Monica Moll

Director of Public Safety
Ohio State University


Steven Healy

The Healy+ Group



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