Robin has been covering the security and campus law enforcement industries since 1998 and is a specialist in school, university and hospital security, public safety and emergency management, as well as emerging technologies and systems integration.
She joined CS in 2005 and has authored award-winning editorial on campus law enforcement and security funding, officer recruitment and retention, access control, IP video, network integration, event management, crime trends, the Clery Act, Title IX compliance, sexual assault, dating abuse, emergency communications, incident management software and more.
Robin has been featured on national and local media outlets and was formerly associate editor for the trade publication Security Sales & Integration.
She obtained her undergraduate degree in history from California State University, Long Beach. Linked In.com/In/Robin Hattersley Gray Contact Robin Hattersley Gray: If you're responsible for protecting a campus — whether at a hospital, K-12 school, college or university — then Campus Safety magazine is a must-read, and it's free!
Civil Harassment Restraining Order You can ask for a civil harassment restraining order if you are being harassed, stalked, abused, or threatened by someone you are not as close to as is required under domestic violence cases, like a roommate, a neighbor, or more distant family members like cousins, aunts or uncles, or nieces or nephews. Workplace Violence Restraining Order You can ask for a workplace violence restraining order if: An employee CANNOT ask for a workplace violence restraining order.
If the employee wants to protect him or herself, he or she can ask for a civil harassment restraining order (or a domestic violence restraining order if the abuser is a partner/spouse or former partner/spouse or close family member).
Sexual abuse is any type of sexual contact between an adult and anyone younger than 18; between a significantly older child and a younger child; or if one person overpowers another, regardless of age.These children almost always feel responsible for the anger, tension and violence in disputes between their caregivers. Often, they blame themselves for the ensuing violence. Psychological aggression by American parents: National data on prevalence, chronicity and severity. It was the worst feeling and she just kept hoping he would stop.Abuse can be physical, sexual, emotional, verbal, or a combination of any or all of these.