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Key Takeaways from the Idaho Youth Risk Behavior Study

Tara Gibson
January 16, 2020

It can be difficult to determine where exactly to focus when it comes to improving the health of youth as well as identifying specific...

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Talking to Your Kids About School Safety

Amelia Marceau
January 16, 2020

School safety is a topic that is constantly on everyone’s mind. Between 2000 and 2018, the FBI recognized 42 active shooter incidents...

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Public Safety Predictions for 2020

Mary Kate McGrath
January 15, 2020

Each year, public safety leaders face new security concerns, from rising rates of gun violence to increasingly frequent and...

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Mandatory Silent Panic Button Alarms are Gaining Traction: Alyssa's Law in Florida

Amelia Marceau
January 14, 2020

School shootings have unfortunately become a regular tragedy in the United States. These shocking active shooter incidents may have...

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How 2-Way Communication Solutions can Support Stop Work Authority Workplace Safety Policies

Tara Gibson
January 14, 2020

Stop Work Authority clauses in workplace safety policies can be difficult to manage due to the nature of events in which the clauses...

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Why There May Be Fewer Off-Campus Hospital Outpatient Departments in the Future

Tara Gibson
January 14, 2020

Analysts predict that, due to changes in how hospitals are reimbursed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for outpatient...

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Recap: The 2020 Higher Ed Spending Package

Mary Kate McGrath
January 13, 2020

On Thursday, December 12, the United States Senate approved the 2020 Education Spending Package, allocating a $1.4 trillion spending...

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What We're Talking About This Week - January 10th

Mary Kate McGrath
January 10, 2020

In the News

The University of Colorado received a grant to study effectiveness of school safety protocol, updating school safety...

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Winter Weather Safety for K-12 Schools

Tara Gibson
January 09, 2020

With temperatures dropping across the United States as winter settles in, it’s important that K-12 schools and districts have a good...

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Should Connecticut's Public Act 18-172 be applied to K-12 Schools?

Tara Gibson
January 09, 2020

Last year, Connecticut passed Public Act 18-172 - a law that (among other provisions) requires law enforcement to notify day care...

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The Most Heartwarming Examples of First Responders Giving Back in 2019

Mary Kate McGrath
January 08, 2020

Each year, first responders, whether they are firefighters, EMS workers, 9-1-1 dispatchers, or law enforcement, contribute to their...

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Rural Hospital Closures and the Impact on Hospital Emergency Preparedness

Tara Gibson
January 07, 2020

Rural hospital closures not only have economic and healthcare consequences for local communities, they also impact the operations of...

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