Technology Resource for Security Police & Administrators
October 2013 Issue
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This K-12 school in Chicago demonstrates how its new emergency communications system improves safety.
A man sued the Washington, D.C., metro system for $15,000 after he slipped and fell on a banana peel as he was getting off an elevator. Surveillance video, however, shows the man drop something on the floor, and then fall on it.
Installing smart facilities operations systems is no longer enough; seamless interoperability is the key to efficiency and savings.
When city officials in Torrance, Calif., decided to green-light a proposed video surveillance project, they had more in mind than to simply put additional “eyes” on the streets to help combat crime.
Last December’s Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting prompted nearly nine in 10 K-12 respondents and more than one in two university and hospital respondents to make changes in their public safety programs. Other large-scale emergencies, however, didn’t result in as much action by campuses.
With no apparent slowdown in sight for violent outbursts claiming innocent lives in areas where people gather, it is time to reassess all areas of access control. Find out how better practices and technology advancements can help the cause.
Hosted or managed services are moving beyond the realm of the facility. Learn how advanced thermal cameras with onboard image processing can protect your perimeter.
December 4, 2013
Case Study - Latin School of Chicago
December 3, 2013
Caught on CCTV: Banana Peel Scam Goes Wrong
October 28, 2013
New Security at Anoka-Hennepin Elementary Schools
October 24, 2013
Photo Gallery: School Front Entrance Security
September 17, 2013
How to Leverage Video Technology for Security and Operational Efficiencies
August 14, 2013
Carolinas HealthCare Security Communications Renovation 2013