Security Is an Educational Effort and a Passion

Rush, Maurren
November 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2007, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p68
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The article focuses on the security management strategy implemented at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania which contributed to its success in gaining the sixth place of the Security 500 Ranking of security organizations across the U.S. Maureen Rush, vice president of the university's Division of Public Safety, states that their concept of "shared responsibility" has encouraged students to consider safety as their responsibility and has reduced campus crimes by 5%.


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