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The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology, Part 1

Here’s an estimate of what your organization might spend on access control and locks.

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NAPCO's solution allows schools to initiate lockdowns quickly and tracks the names of people entering and exiting the building. By CS Staff · April 14, 2017

AMAG Technology installed it's Symmetry SR Solution in phases on the University of Reno Nevada's campuses. AMAG's Symmetry SR allows for access privilages to be revoked and granted remotely and can be a cheaper than completely replacing an access control system. By CS Staff · April 13, 2017

We asked officials from four companies about the most common mistakes customers make when selecting a vendor. By Zach Winn · April 12, 2017

The school safety bond includes front entrance safety improvements and safe rooms. By CS Staff · March 16, 2017

The money is part of the state's Competitive School Safety Grant Program. By CS Staff · February 15, 2017

The devices will help transform classrooms into "safe rooms" in the event of a lockdown. By CS Staff · January 31, 2017

The money is part of the $8.8 million Smart School Bond Act. By CS Staff · January 31, 2017

The surveillance system will be paid for by the Hawaii Department of Education. By CS Staff · January 28, 2017

The installations are part of a larger effort to reduce crime in west Atlanta neighborhoods. By CS Staff · January 27, 2017

The misalignment of protection technology’s abilities with the operational reality of running a campus can turn the use of security equipment into security theater. By Guy Bliesner and Mike Munger · January 11, 2017