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Market for School Physical Security Technology Will Double by 2018

CS Staff · November 19, 2014
A new report on global school campus security predicts the market will grow at a compound annual rate of 14.3% through 2018.
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CS Staff · February 26, 2015
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CS Staff · February 26, 2015
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CS Staff · February 26, 2015
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CS Staff · February 26, 2015
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CS Staff · February 25, 2015
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CS Staff · February 25, 2015
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CS Staff · February 25, 2015
A 37-year-old psychiatric patient grabbed a UPMC staffer by her throat and slammed her into a wall. The hospital pledged security improvements three years ago after several attacks.

CS Staff · February 25, 2015
A young woman is suing a Seattle hospital for not providing better protection after she claims she was sexually assaulted while in its care in 2009. The hospital faced a similar accusation in the past.

CS Staff · February 24, 2015
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