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Hurricane Harvey Reveals The Value of Social Media and 5 Other Lessons

September 4th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Elisa Crossland and Hossein Shahrokhi The most important tools for emergency communication may not be what you think. The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season began June 1, and our teams at the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) have been looking read more

Is a Lack of Institutional Knowledge Plaguing Emergency Management?

September 4th, 2018 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Jim McKay As the emergency management field grows and evolves, it does so in the face of a warming climate, a proliferation of new technologies and a changing of the guard as baby boomers retire and are read more

Ahead of National Preparedness Month, the Red Cross Urges Preparedness

September 4th, 2018 by Guest Communications

The American Red Cross is urging Americans to celebrate National Preparedness Month (September) by getting their households ready for an emergency. The Red Cross says it’s critical to prepare ahead of time and not wait for a disaster to occur. read more

Information Sharing, Mental Health Intervention Among Ideas to Stop School Shootings

September 4th, 2018 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Steve Esack, The Morning Call (Allentown, PA), August 28, 2018 (TNS) – More classroom door locks, police officers, surveillance cameras and mental health professionals could help improve the safety of students and staff in Pennsylvania schools, according read more

To Prevent Suicides and School Shootings, More States Embrace Anonymous Tip Lines

September 4th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Sophie Quinton, Stateline.org, March 2018 (TNS) — After a teenage gunman killed 17 people at a Parkland, Fla., high school, schools across the country were hit by a wave of copycat threats. In Colorado, at least two high read more

Will Your Kid’s School be Safer This Fall? Here’s What Educators Did After Mass Shootings

September 4th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Diane Smith and Anna M. Tinsley, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, August 13, 2018 Aledo and Joshua students head back to class, they’ll find police officers on their campus full time. Weatherford students will know that some teachers and school read more

The World Has Never Seen a Category 6 Hurricane, but the Day May Be Coming

August 6th, 2018 by Guest Communications

The World Has Never Seen a Category 6 Hurricane, but the Day May Be Coming Written by: David Fleshler, Sun Sentinel (TNS) — As a ferocious hurricane bears down on South Florida, water managers desperately lower canals in anticipation of read more

Facial Recognition Increasing in Schools

August 6th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Ashley Rose, Cleburne Times-Review, Texas – August 1, 2018 With school shootings and other types of violence on campuses becoming commonplace, many districts have taken steps to ensure their students, teachers and staff are safe. Officials from local read more

Ham Radio Club Prepares for Disaster

August 6th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Written by: Charles Mills, Effingham Daily News, IL – July 19, 2018 (TNS) – A scrambled voice fills the room sounding like someone trying to talk under water intermixed with variable modulated frequency sounds one might hear from a music read more

Wildfire Preparedness: Your Ultimate Guide to Citizen Communications

August 6th, 2018 by Guest Communications

Wildfire Preparedness: Your Ultimate Guide to Citizen Communications For public safety managers in communities at risk of wildfire activity, citizen communications and education are two critical components of a wildfire preparedness strategy. Jennifer Elliott, CivicReady | July 30, 2018 It read more


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