Focus: Security

Survey shows some decreased hospital security training

350 respondents participated in Campus Safety magazine’s 2017 Hospital Security Survey

Nearly half of the 350 respondents who participated in Campus Safety magazine’s 2017 Hospital Security Survey reported an increase in crime/security incidents, when compared with 2016 while only 14 percent reported a decrease.

Training also saw both increases and decreases. In eight of the 15 categories related to training, participants reported an overall decrease. 

Areas that saw cuts included infant/child abduction response and Hazmat response.

The training funds instead went to active shooter training and firearms training.

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March 29, 2018

Topic Area: Security

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