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Getting More Bang for Your Emergency Notification Buck

Robin Hattersley Gray · October 17, 2016
Campus end users describe the strategies they’ve used to maximize the value of their alert systems and the benefits that have resulted from using this technology.
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CS Staff · October 07, 2016
Check out these solutions to your campus public safety, security, emergency and fire/life safety challenges.

Robin Hattersley Gray · September 19, 2016
Think something like the Boston Marathon bombing can’t happen to your campus community? Guess again.

CS Staff · September 08, 2016
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CS Staff · September 06, 2016
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CS Staff · August 02, 2016
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CS Staff · July 28, 2016
Check out the campus security, technology, law enforcement and emergency management vendors that will be displaying their solutions at Campus Safety Conference West in Long Beach, Calif., Aug. 9-10.

CS Staff · July 17, 2016
Check out the campus security, technology, law enforcement and emergency management vendors that will be displaying their solutions at Campus Safety Conference East in Washington, D.C., July 25-26.

CS Staff · July 14, 2016
The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill used to have a problem with proper communication during emergencies. Now, the University has ditched its 12-step process in favor of a simpler and faster approach.

Stephen Sellner · July 13, 2016
A shooting at UCLA six weeks ago has prompted the university to consider adding a door-locking system that can be controlled from a remote location in the event of an active shooter.

CS Staff · July 07, 2016
At Campus Safety Conference West this summer, Steve Zipperman of the Los Angeles School Police Department will discuss the decision-making process behind LAUSD’s district-wide shut-down last year.