Technology Resource for Security Police & Administrators
October 2013 Issue
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Access control, metal detection and limiting the size of packages allowed into your event will help boost security.
Prom and party season is upon us. Here are some safety tips that drivers of chartered vehicles should follow when transporting students to and from events.
Think something like Monday’s Boston Marathon bombing can’t happen to your campus community? Guess again.
Public safety cyclists model safe cycling behavior for students, effectively manage crowds at sporting events and augment campus community policing efforts.
Solar-powered, wireless video surveillance systems can now provide a cost-effective means of securing outdoor settings that traditionally involve expensive trenching. Find out how technological advances have negated concerns surrounding these systems and the benefits they offer.
Since deploying a thermal imaging camera system at its football stadium in June, California State University, Fresno, officials have apprehended several trespassers in 10 intrusion incidents.
Your relationship with the secret service, traffic control, radio communications and crowd control are all important factors to consider when a government VIP visits your campus.
Ohio State University’s deputy chief of police describes how his institution plans for campaign and other political VIP visits. The planning includes crowd and traffic management as well as assisting with the protection detail.
December 3, 2013
Caught on CCTV: Banana Peel Scam Goes Wrong
November 22, 2013
You Can Play, Colorado! (Denver East High School)
December 2, 2013
Surveillance Camera Captures Tornado Striking Ind. Middle School
December 11, 2013
Trends in Arming Police on Higher Ed Campuses
November 19, 2013
Extent of Public Safety Changes in Response to Major 2012-2013 Disasters
October 24, 2013
Photo Gallery: School Front Entrance Security