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Results of the National Campus Safety and Security Project Survey

Friday, July 17, 2009

Abstract

Emergency preparedness is a priority for all colleges and universities, with a large majority reporting that they have instituted campus-wide emergency preparedness plans covering a wide spectrum of possible emergencies, according to results of the National Campus Safety and Security Project survey. The survey probed campus preparedness for all types of threats-natural disasters, acts of violence, and cyber disruptions. The project was funded in part by the Lilly Endowment. Responses to the lengthy survey, launched in August 2008, were received from 342 institutions.

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