Technology Resource for Security Police & Administrators
April 2013 Issue
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Recent technological advancements are bringing improved intrusion detection and hosted security capabilities to campuses. Helping drive the momentum is remote monitoring, smart sensors and new graphic user interfaces.
When Spokane Public Schools (SPS) embarked on a district-wide renovation of its schools and facilities, a locally-based systems integrator was called on to provide upgrades to the fire/life-safety systems.
University, school and hospital administrators must understand the mass notification/emergency communication codes, planning process and available technologies. Conducting a thorough risk analysis and making the most of its findings is key.
Moon Security Services equips the largest high school in Washington with addressable fire alarm detection.
Avoid these issues so your system will work properly.
Campuses looking to upgrade their fire alarm systems should be sure to choose a system that can be upgraded beyond their immediate expectations and needs.
Institutions looking to upgrade their fire alarm systems should be certain their old and new equipment can communicate with each other.
The 2010 Top Technology Innovations is a balanced list of ingenious hardware design, cutting-edge software development and labor-saving installation aids.
Manufacturers of fire suppression systems for school buses provide product details and discuss the benefits of installation.
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Empathy Training Video from the Cleveland Clinic
April 25, 2013
Cell Phone Video Captures Teacher, Student Brawl in Classroom
April 23, 2013
How the Campus SaVE Act Will Affect Clery Compliance
May 22, 2013
Mercy Hospital's Tornado Damage
May 22, 2013
A Look at Thermal Imaging
May 20, 2013
Photo Gallery: U. of Tenn., Chattanooga's Emergency Response Exercise