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School District switches to NEXEDGE Radios and Improves Student Safety, Security in this Case Study
February 17, 2017
Even though it occurred in 2012, the Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown, CT has never strayed far from the minds of any school administrator. And much of what happened on that day drove the choices in technology for the Martinsville, Virginia School District communications system and their choice of KEWNWOOD NEXEDGE.

Campus Safety Magazine November/December 2016 Issue
December 29, 2016
Effective Incident Response Teams

Take the Threat of Lightning Seriously
December 12, 2016
Be sure to enhance your school or university’s existing emergency management program with today’s advanced lightning detection solutions.

Safety & Security Standards for The 21st Century School
September 26, 2016
How to address the root causes and critical needs for established school security standards

Campus Safety Magazine September 2016 Issue
September 12, 2016
20 Active Shooter Prevention Strategies that Work

Colorado School District Transforms Emergency Readiness and Response
September 09, 2016
Colorado is the first state in the nation to envision “communications interoperability” to connect their schools to first responders. This enables personnel to talk the moment they need to on any radio and with public safety.

Improve Physical and Cyber Security with Physical Identity and Access Management
August 25, 2016
Challenges in managing physical identities and their access at educational institutions.

Promising Practices for Handling Sexual Violence on Campus
August 25, 2016
This white paper discusses the challenges of implementing Title IX and the Clery Act and highlights promising practices regarding reporting of sex crimes, timely warnings, training, investigations and more.

Enabling Safer More Secure College Campuses with Cloud Technologies
April 06, 2016
This IDC white paper looks at how college and university public safety and law enforcement agencies are successfully employing new technologies such as mobile; social media; GPS and mapping tools; sound, video, and other monitoring tools; databases and data mining; and other tools to increase their reach and improve campus safety in a cost-effective manner.

Campus Safety Magazine January/February 2016 Issue
February 08, 2016
Social Media Monitoring: The Pros and Cons of Gathering Online Intelligence