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Nursing Home Disaster Plans Often Faulted As ‘Paper Tigers’

September 27th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Jordan Rau – Kaiser Health News Nursing home inspectors issued 2,300 violations of emergency-planning rules during the past four years. But they labeled only 20 so serious as to place residents in danger, the records show. In read more

Bugging out: Mosquito Control Working Hard After Storm

September 27th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Taylor Cooper (TNS) – While Hurricane Irma may have brought down fewer trees than Matthew a year ago, it made up for it in flooding, according to some Glynn County and utility officials. And where there is read more

Lori Peek of the Natural Hazards Center Discusses Effects of Disasters on People

September 27th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Jim McKay Lori Peek started in January as director of the Natural Hazards Center, Institute of Behavioral Science at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Peek has been at the fore of researching how disasters affect populations, read more

After Hurricane Irma, Many Ask: How Safe Are Shelters?

September 27th, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Adam C. Smith, Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, FL (TNS) — Residents of the Naples Estates mobile home park beamed and cheered when President Donald Trump and Gov. Rick Scott strolled amid piles of shredded aluminum three read more

Standard of Care: Deciding When to Use Hallways as Storm Shelters

September 8th, 2017 by Guest Communications

Written by: Stephen Satterly Jr. Tornadoes are low-probability, high-impact events. In 2002, my elementary school narrowly missed a direct hit (by approximately 25 yards) by an EF3 tornado that devastated the neighborhood. In 2012, Henryville (IN) Elementary School and High read more

The Public as a Resource

September 8th, 2017 by Guest Communications

 Written by: W. Craig Fugate, July 12, 2017 Far too often, organizations consider the public a liability — something to be rescued in an emergency situation. The opposite is true. The public is one of our greatest resources in times read more

As Houston Grew, Officials Ignored ‘Once-in-a-Lifetime’ Chance to Spare Thousands From Flooding

September 8th, 2017 by Guest Communications

Written by: Steve Thompson, The Dallas Morning News, September 5, 2017 (TNS) – Two decades ago, Harris County planners predicted with chilling accuracy just how devastating a storm like Hurricane Harvey would be to the Houston area. Far lesser storms, read more

Harrison County Educators go to School on Lessons Learned From Columbine Shooting

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  (TNS) – Gunshots pop in the background in a 911 tape of a Columbine school teacher as she ordered students to stay on the floor and under tables before two young gunmen stormed the library. A video from the read more

Different Types of Bullying in Schools

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  By Zach Winn · May 10, 2017 There are four different types of bullying that encompass the wide range of bullying behaviors seen in and around schools today. Stopbullying.gov identifies three main categories: Verbal, social and physical bullying. Other read more

Even After They’re Bought, Body Cameras Cost Taxpayers

August 1st, 2017 by Guest Communications

  Written by: Daniel Salazar, The Wichita Eagle (TNS) – More and more interactions between law enforcement and the public are being filmed by body-worn cameras. But public safety agencies are realizing that transparency comes with a price tag: almost read more


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