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Md. School District Installs Panic Buttons

Frederick County Public Schools hopes to have the buttons installed in every school by the end of next week.

Panic Buttons Shouldn’t Be Your Only Campus Security Solution

Duress alarms must integrate with access control, video surveillance and other systems to be truly effective.

Read: How Panic Alarms Can Improve School Security

How Panic Alarms Can Improve School Security

Panic buttons or duress alarms can be used by teachers, administrators and other school employees to summon immediate help for medical emergencies, as well as active shooter incidents, inclement weather, intruders and more.

Q&A: Inovonics Provides Helpful Panic Alarm Deployment Tips

Install minimal repeaters and have a dedicated wireless WiFi network for your mobile duress system and any other life safety solutions.

Read: Washington District to Install Panic Alarms

Washington District to Install Panic Alarms

The Bellingham School District will use a $440,000 grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction to install panic alarms.

Read: Managing the Threat: Notification Time is Crucial During Active Shooter Emergencies

Managing the Threat: Notification Time is Crucial During Active Shooter Emergencies

Colonel Owens will talk about empowering faculty & staff to have direct communication and reporting ability through mobile panic buttons to combat our nation’s #1 act of domestic terrorism, the active killer. 

Read: Mass. Hospital Makes Security Changes After Nurse Stabbed 11 Times

Mass. Hospital Makes Security Changes After Nurse Stabbed 11 Times

Additional metal detectors, security cameras and panic buttons have been installed throughout the hospital after the near-fatal stabbing of an ER nurse.

Read: Ind. High School’s Security Upgrade Allows for Real-Time Police Surveillance

Ind. High School’s Security Upgrade Allows for Real-Time Police Surveillance

Southwestern High School will add surveillance cameras, security lighting, sirens, panic buttons and bulletproof doors.

N.C. District Spends $19M to Upgrade Security

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will spend $19 million to install security cameras, panic buttons and visitor management systems to schools throughout the district.

Read: Blount County to Install Security System in School, Government Buildings

Blount County to Install Security System in School, Government Buildings

All middle and high school teachers will be given a personalized, wearable panic button with mapping capabilities.

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