Hey guys. I'm the V.P. of my universities HvZ organization (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth), and I'd like to discuss how everyone has dealt with all the recent controversies in regards to the increase in gun violence in the news, and even more relevant, things like the University of Rhode Island HvZ related gun scare (http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/uri-campus-lockdown-reports-gunman-article-1.1307702
), and the guy in Texas who made a real gun look like a Nerf blaster. With things being as sensitive as they are now, I want to take any and every precaution possible to ensure both the safety and security of everyone on campus while also ensuring the survival of the game, so I wanted to see what it was you all do to make sure a game goes as smoothly as possible. Personally, we always give detailed descriptions of all of our missions locations to our campus pd as well as meeting with them before every game to go over anything that they'd like. We also have a running data base of all approved modified blasters, which will now require photographs along with a detailed description. Honestly we are one of the luckier campuses in the sense that our administration has been very accommodating, but in return we try to do all that we can to make sure we accommodate everyone else on campus. If there is anything further we can do I'd love to incorporate it, so please share; how do you all ensure the safety of your games?