Campus Safety at Oregon Post-Secondary Education Institutions: A Report from the Oregon Campus Safety Work Group

Identifies strategies to better support public safety and emergency management at Oregon’s postsecondary educational institutions (PSEI). The goals of the report are to: (1) identify resource needs and potential state policies to enable a coordinated strategy across the higher education system for public and private institutions; and (2) analyze promising practices and protocols that can be shared across all post-secondary education institutions to maintain public safety, and prevent, prepare for, and effectively manage future response and recovery efforts for campus-wide crises or emergencies. The report also provides recommendations for improvement. 

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