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Read: 3 Steps to a Winning Campus Sexual Violence Prevention Grant Proposal

3 Steps to a Winning Campus Sexual Violence Prevention Grant Proposal

Prepare now for the DOJ’s latest sexual violence prevention grant, or your campus might miss out.

Read: ScholarChip Secure Door Access and Attendance for K-12 Schools

ScholarChip Secure Door Access and Attendance for K-12 Schools

ScholarChip introduces two new devices for secure door access and classroom attendance in K-12 schools, both of which embrace IoT and use PoE.

Read: The Long Process of Arming Hospital Public Safety Officers

The Long Process of Arming Hospital Public Safety Officers

Here’s how Memorial Healthcare ensured its public safety officers properly use their firearms and developed stakeholder support.

Read: How IP Technology Can Streamline Multi-System Communications

How IP Technology Can Streamline Multi-System Communications

Schools can simplify their decision criteria, improve their communications and reduce costs by focusing on a common infrastructure.

Read: UPDATE: 6 Dead, Students Injured in Tehama County Shooting Rampage

UPDATE: 6 Dead, Students Injured in Tehama County Shooting Rampage

The gunman’s family says he had “no business” owning firearms as he struggled with mental health and random bouts of anger.

Read: Syn-Apps LLC Releases Its Next-Generation Revolution Notification Platform

Syn-Apps LLC Releases Its Next-Generation Revolution Notification Platform

Syn-Apps officials say Revolution’s single management console helps people rapidly communicate critical information more efficiently, safely, and reliably.

Read: Last Chance to Submit 2018 Campus Safety Conference Presentations

Last Chance to Submit 2018 Campus Safety Conference Presentations

Campus Safety is accepting presenter proposals for next summer’s Campus Safety Conferences to be held in Washington, D.C., Dallas and Los Angeles. Presentations are due Nov. 17.

Read: Ind. Hospital Swears in 9 Officers for Startup Police Department

Ind. Hospital Swears in 9 Officers for Startup Police Department

Before the new police department was added, the Community Hospital Anderson had to rely on officers from local communities for security.

Read: How Systems Integration Can Make Hospitals and Universities Safer

How Systems Integration Can Make Hospitals and Universities Safer

If your campus has multiple types of security and safety technologies deployed, systems integration is the key to making them more effective.

Read: Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Best Practices for Improving Security at Houses of Worship

Houses of worship may seem like sanctuaries from common security threats and so security providers must address potential objections unique to the market.

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