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Domestic Violence in the Community Statistics

Mary Kate McGrath
January 29, 2020

Intimate partner violence, or domestic violence, is defined as the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault,...

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The Top Health and Safety Apps Your Construction Employees Need on Their Smartphones

Tara Gibson
January 28, 2020

Worker safety is extremely important to businesses across the country, especially if you’re in the business of construction. Why? This...

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Healthcare Emergency Communications Solutions to Consider in 2020 and Beyond

Tara Gibson
January 28, 2020

As a new decade begins, we look at some of the considerations healthcare organizations will have to take into account when evaluating...

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Could a Mental Health Wellbeing Course Benefit Campus Safety?

Mary Kate McGrath
January 27, 2020

Rising rates of mental illness on college or university campuses in the United States are among chief concerns for higher-education...

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What We're Talking About This Week - January 24th

Mary Kate McGrath
January 24, 2020

In the News 

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers on Wednesday released its list of federal advocacy...

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K-12 School Safety: Why Interoperability is Key

Tara Gibson
January 23, 2020

It’s no secret; school safety is a hot topic for educators across the United States. With school safety threats ranging from natural...

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K-12 School Safety Predictions for 2020

Tara Gibson
January 23, 2020

As we’ve entered the new decade there have been a few changes in the K-12 education space when it comes to school safety. Back towards...

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What is TikTok and Should Law Enforcement Get On Board?

Tara Gibson
January 22, 2020

For those of us who are not in the Generation Z population, TikTok may be a complete mystery of a social media channel. With most...

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What to Look For in Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Solutions

Tara Gibson
January 21, 2020

While there are no “one-size-fits-all” healthcare emergency preparedness solutions, those that have advanced communication and...

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How to Tell If Your Business has Grown Out of its Employee Communication System

Tara Gibson
January 21, 2020

If your business experiences internal communication issues, it may be possible it has grown out of its existing employee communication...

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Takeaways of the AP Study on Mental Health in Colleges

Mary Kate McGrath
January 20, 2020

Following an era of de-stigmatization and amid rising rates of mental illness, more college or university students are turning to...

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What We're Talking About This Week - January 17th

Mary Kate McGrath
January 17, 2020

Oklahoma Senator Weaver R. Moore filed a bill to address workplace violence in healthcare, meant to protect medical professionals amid...

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