RECENT ARTICLES
  • Best Practices Guide Will Define How to Improve High School Security

    by Dennis Van Milligen July 2015

    The numbers don't lie. More than eight million students participate in interscholastic sports and afterschool programs annually, with approximately 336 million spectators attending those events. Threats, new and old, lurk around each corner, and for every athletics administrator tasked with providing a safe atmosphere for those millions of fans and athletes, the stakes have never been higher.

  • How to Keep Sports Venue Parking Lots Safe and Secure

    by Paul Steinbach July 2015

    Bryan Stow called his walker-assisted trek onto the Municipal Stadium field "a little scary." On April 16, Stow underhanded a ceremonial first pitch about 15 feet, to the roar of the San Jose Giants' Opening Night crowd.

  • Two Explosive Devices Found at Florida Park

    by Laura Godlewski July 2015

    Six teens were arrested after an explosive device went off in a Florida park and a second was found device was found in the park.

  • Interscholastic Athletics and After-School Safety and Security Best Practices Guide

    by AB Staff July 2015

    Please log in to access your free download of the NCS4's Interscholastic Athletics and After-School Safety and Security Best Practices Guide. Sign in using your athleticbusiness.com username or password. Not registered? It only takes a few seconds.

  • Intercollegiate Athletics Safety and Security Best Practices Guide

    by AB Staff July 2015

    Please log in to access your free download of the NCS4's Intercollegiate Athletics Safety and Security Best Practices Guide. Sign in using your athleticbusiness.com username or password. Not registered? It only takes a few seconds.

  • AB Survey: Public Recreation Security

    by AB Staff July 2015

    Athletic Business hopes to compile data regarding security practices in the public recreation industry and share the results in an upcoming issue of Athletic Business magazine.

  • Security Plan Set for Rough Area Around Ballpark

    by Jenny Espino, Record Searchlight June 2015

    Starting next month South City Park will get nightly security patrols in an attempt to turn around the green area's rough reputation.

  • Four Cited After Fight at Community Pool

    by Laura Godlewski June 2015

    A fight at a public pool in Ohio led to the citation of two adults and two juveniles after the altercation got out of control.

  • Family Sues City Three Years After Teen's Drowning

    by Laura Godlewski June 2015

    Three years after Eddie Gayyean, a 17-year-old, drowned in his high school’s pool, his family is suing the city of Lowell, Mass., for wrongful death.

  • Landing Zones Around Climbing Walls Get Their Due

    by Emily Attwood April 2015

    Climbing walls have become nearly as common as recreation centers on college campuses across the country, and the prevalence of public facilities dedicated to the sport has led to a generation of climbers for whom the walls and facilities built a decade ago just aren't cutting it any more. As facility operators look to revamp their existing walls to appeal to a more discerning consumer base — or to merely add the amenity — they're thinking more about the various aspects of a functional climbing destination.