Campus Safety Article

Campus Security: Parents So Concerned They Are Willing to Pay for It Themselves

Christine L. Peterson, CPP, ISP News, Security Program Development, Workplace Violence

Campus security, sanctity and safety of students, faculty, staff and infrastructure should be a foregone conclusion. Unfortunately, it is not. Campus Safety recently published an article entitled Parents So Concerned about School Safety They Are Willing to Pay for It Themselves. You can read the entire article here. Active Shooter Events Time and again we have been horrified by active shooter …

Rusty Gilmore

Rusty Gilmore Interviewed by WRAL

Protus3 Computer Forensics, News

An investigation that began in Wake County of nude photos of high school students on Instagram has expanded to at six more North Carolina counties, bringing the total to at least nine, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Justice said Wednesday. School system representatives have said they are cooperating with authorities in the investigation, and authorities are urging parents …

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RMA Attends NCACLEA 2014 Winter Conference

Protus3 News, Security Product Evaluations

RMA was pleased to be able to support the North Carolina Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators as a vendor at their 2014 Winter Conference. The conference was a held at Wake Tech Public Safety Center on January 31, 2014. The morning topic was “Building the Clery Enterprise” presented by, Chief Jeff Baker of University of North Carolina Charlotte (UNC-C). …

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Assessment at University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Protus3 News, Security Assessment, Security Survey, Security Threat Assessment

Risk Management Associates, Inc. completed its assessment of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore security program. The assessment began with the review of security-related policies and procedures and other related documents. Members of the RMA team visited the UMES campus to conduct independent observations and interviews with approximately 100 individual stakeholders. Local law enforcement was contacted, and both police calls …

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Perimeter Security

William F. Booth, CPP Security Assessment, Security Program Development

Every security program must be an integrated whole and each element must grow out of the specific needs dictated by the circumstances affecting the facility to be protected. Nevertheless, the first and basic defense is still the outer perimeter of the facility. Planning this defense is neither difficult nor complicated, but it is the product of common sense. Whereas the …

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Full-time versus Part-time Officers

Billy Gordon Green, Jr. M.Ed., CPP, CHS Security Program Development

The human component of an integrated security plan can be in one or more of several forms. These forms become choices that need to be addressed depending on the mission, environment, culture, population, and security philosophy of the organization and specifically the site to be protected. Full-time and part-time are two choices that must be made regarding the staffing of …

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Sworn versus Non-sworn Officers

Billy Gordon Green, Jr. M.Ed., CPP, CHS Security Program Development

The human component of an integrated security plan can be in one or more of several forms. These forms become choices that need to be addressed depending on the mission, environment, culture, population, and security philosophy of the organization and specifically the site to be protected. Probably the most profound choice in the paradigm is between sworn and non-sworn officers. …

Jeanne Clery

The Clery Act – Costs of Noncompliance

Christine L. Peterson, CPP, ISP Civil Rights, Clery Act, Compliance, Corporate Compliance, Ethics, Security Survey

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, 20 U.S.C. § 1092(f)(2011), is a federal statute requiring colleges and universities participating in federal financial aid programs to maintain and disclose campus crime statistics and security information. The U.S. Department of Education conducts reviews to evaluate an institution’s compliance with Clery Act requirements. A review may …

Research Triangle Park

RMA Completes Security Assessment of RTP

Protus3 News, Security Assessment, Security Program Development, Security Survey, Security Threat Assessment

Risk Management Associates, Inc. has completed a security assessment of Research Triangle Park. The Research Triangle Foundation has developed and is in the process of implementing a new master development plan for the Research Triangle Park (RTP) community. As a critical component of that plan, the foundation decided to conduct a security assessment to provide stakeholders with the current security …