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Often overlooked by campus public safety professionals, window security film can enhance access control to your facility, protect it from severe weather and make your buildings more energy efficient.

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Planning, stakeholder participation and following NFPA 72 help to ensure your emergency alert systems will work when you need them. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 17, 2014

Wood County Schools will use the $20,000 grant from Video Insight to improve video surveillance throughout the district. By CS Staff · April 14, 2014

Check out some of the important CampusSafetyMagazine.com articles on technology that were featured the first quarter of this year. By CS Staff · April 10, 2014

Nest will halt sales of its Nest Protect combination smoke/CO detector for two to three months, citing a software flaw that allows the 'Nest Wave' deactivation feature to potentially be unintentionally activated with a wave of the hand. By Jason Knott · April 10, 2014

HID Global has released results of a physical access control systems survey, which reveals how well today’s technology and policy best practices are being implemented. By CS Staff · April 09, 2014

Arizona’s Department of Education just announced the awards of $911,000 in school security hardware grants. By CS Staff · April 08, 2014

How best to bring the combination of voice, video, instant messaging and more to your organization. By Dan Newman · April 07, 2014

Often overlooked by campus public safety professionals, window security film can enhance access control to your facility, protect it from severe weather and make your buildings more energy efficient. By Jeffrey R. Plummer · April 04, 2014

The Minuteman EnterprisePlus LCD battery backup systems also provides power protection for servers, network devices and security systems. By CS Staff · March 28, 2014

The Los Angeles Police Department and other Southern California law enforcement agencies will start using surveillance technology such as intelligent video analytics, digital biometric identification and military-pedigree software for analyzing and predicting crime. By CS Staff · March 25, 2014