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Emergency Management

Read: 32K Surveillance Cameras Aim to Keep Chicago Safe

32K Surveillance Cameras Aim to Keep Chicago Safe

More and more cities are turning to technology like video surveillance to increase safety and lower crime, especially gun violence.

Read: Consider this Life-Saving Method with an Armed Attacker

Consider this Life-Saving Method with an Armed Attacker

If you encounter an armed attacker who is so close that running or hiding is not an option, then you might want to grab, drop and strike.

Read: Univ. of Missouri-St. Louis Implements Safety App ‘Rave Guardian’

Univ. of Missouri-St. Louis Implements Safety App ‘Rave Guardian’

Safety features of the app include a GPS so dispatchers can immediately locate callers, a speed-dial function for calling campus police and more.

Read: False Alarms Can be Reduced With Thermal Imaging

False Alarms Can be Reduced With Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging provides powerful perimeter protection with accurate intrusion classification and visual alarm assessments to minimize false alarms.

Read: Announcing the 2018 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Announcing the 2018 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Check out this year’s top campus public safety, security, emergency management and fire/life safety products — The CS 2018 BEST Award Winners.

Read: Should You Update Your Campus Emergency Communications Plan?

Should You Update Your Campus Emergency Communications Plan?

Here are four questions from OnSolve to help you determine the answer.

Read: Death Toll in Crimean College Shooting, Bomb Attack Rises to 20

Death Toll in Crimean College Shooting, Bomb Attack Rises to 20

Authorities now believe the gunman/bomber might have had an accomplice.

Read: Is Your Dispatch Center Prepared for Active Shooters & Active Assailants?

Is Your Dispatch Center Prepared for Active Shooters & Active Assailants?

Here’s what public safety or security dispatchers can expect to experience should an active shooter or active assailant come to campus.

Read: Florida Hospitals Are Evacuating Patients after Hurricane Michael

Florida Hospitals Are Evacuating Patients after Hurricane Michael

Two hospitals have deemed their buildings unsafe for patients after being severely damaged from Hurricane Michael.

Read: Facilities and Maintenance Staff Training for Added School Safety

Facilities and Maintenance Staff Training for Added School Safety

Increase the number of First Observers who can spot possible threats to your schools.

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