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Read: Exceptional Detail and Sensitivity for Round-the-Clock Campus Surveillance Applications, Indoors or Out

Exceptional Detail and Sensitivity for Round-the-Clock Campus Surveillance Applications, Indoors or Out

4K for the Everyday – Campuses can now benefit from better resolution and outstanding image quality. Making sure schools have the tools they need to see in dark and increase detail recognition is no longer a choice between quality and cost.

Read: Safe Havens to Conduct Security Assessment of Broward County Schools

Safe Havens to Conduct Security Assessment of Broward County Schools

The assessments will be done in two phases, including a physical assessment of each school and an assessment of each school’s safety operations.

Read: Report: Academia Must Approach Sexual Harassment as Cultural Problem

Report: Academia Must Approach Sexual Harassment as Cultural Problem

Current approaches to sexual harassment in academic sciences, engineering and medicine have led to significant damage in research integrity and loss of talent, says the report.

Read: Blackboard Introduces Contactless Student IDs for Apple Wallet

Blackboard Introduces Contactless Student IDs for Apple Wallet

Blackboard Mobile Credentials enhances the campus experience for tech-savvy students and saves institutions time and resources, says the company.

Read: Experts to Texas Senators: Mental Health Key to Stop School Shootings

Experts to Texas Senators: Mental Health Key to Stop School Shootings

A Texas school safety panel met Monday to discuss topics like arming teachers and installing metal detectors but the conversation often turned to mental health.

Read: Broward Sheriff, District Disagree on Who Should Provide School Security

Broward Sheriff, District Disagree on Who Should Provide School Security

The Broward Sheriff’s Office recommends the school district establish its own police department but board members say the district doesn’t have the funding or expertise.

Read: Florida Hospital Orlando Patient Steals, Crashes Police Car

Florida Hospital Orlando Patient Steals, Crashes Police Car

A police officer got out of his vehicle to confront the suspect but the man evaded him and drove off in his vehicle, flipping it onto its side.

Read: Great Mills High School Awarded SERV Grant by Department of Education

Great Mills High School Awarded SERV Grant by Department of Education

The grant money will be used to provide additional staffing support and mental health services after a gunman opened fire at the school, injuring one student and killing another.

Read: Drone Use by Public Safety Agencies Increased 85 Percent Last Year

Drone Use by Public Safety Agencies Increased 85 Percent Last Year

The number of public safety agencies with drones has more than doubled since the end of 2016, according to data collected by the Center for the Study of the Drone at New York’s Bard College.

Read: Study: Better IT Security Doesn’t Mean Fewer Hospital Cyberattacks

Study: Better IT Security Doesn’t Mean Fewer Hospital Cyberattacks

A recent study by researchers at the University of Notre Dame looked at 938 data breaches and found institutional factors play the biggest role in the likelihood of hospital cyberattacks.

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