The Top 7 Video Surveillance Trends to Watch in 2011

Here are some really cool innovations that you might want to consider the next time your campus upgrades its security camera technology.

The Challenges of Tracking Potentially Dangerous People

With the Tucson, Ariz., shootings, the nation was once again witness to a mass homicide that had connections to an Institution of Higher Education (IHE).

Hospitals Focus on Gun Threats, Employee Training for 2011

The recent spate of hospital security incidents highlight the need for increased vigilance by healthcare public safety personnel and non-security staff. Here’s how some security practitioners plan to protect their campuses this year.

Campus Safety Grants: It’s Not All Doom and Gloom

Grant applications for programs that are sustainable, reduce unemployment and focus on more than just the purchasing of equipment have the best chance of being awarded.

Do You Know What You Don’t Know?

Continued communications can overcome the barriers to safety and security.

Man Smokes Joint, Not Cigar to Celebrate Baby’s Birth

Nurse catches man while she was on her cigarette break.

Incorporate CAP to Improve Emergency Messaging Performance

Here’s how UCLA applies this standard for effective emergency alerting.

Private, Small Schools Benefit from Emergency Response Agreements

Take time to make arrangements now.

Will Your Staff Respond Appropriately to High Stress Situations?

Without training, most employees forget to take life-saving steps during a crisis.

Beware of ‘Documentaries’

Not all are accurate, and some are downright misleading.

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