The Campus Safety 2017 Hospital Security Survey showed a drop in the prevalence of training requirements in eight of the 15 training categories compared to 2013, according to an article on the magazine's website.
Some of the drops, including the ones for infant/child abduction response training, IAHSS training and HIPAA/privacy training, were significant.
The survey also showed an increase in the prevalence of certain officer training requirements since 2013.
For instance, the percentage of active shooter training, drug diversion training, firearms training and CPR/AED/first aid training requirements all went up.
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