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Read: Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award Due Dec. 17!

Nominations for the 2022 Director of the Year Award Due Dec. 17!

Tell us about your campus security, emergency management and/or public safety top executive and why he or she deserves our Director of the Year award.

Research

Read: Mass Notification System Market Expected to Grow $20 Billion by 2027

Mass Notification System Market Expected to Grow $20 Billion by 2027

Digitalization, cybersecurity and the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to contribute significantly to the growth.

Resources

Read: SARS-COV-2 Airborne Detection to Help Stop Virus Spread

SARS-COV-2 Airborne Detection to Help Stop Virus Spread

With the COVID-19 crisis still threatening our worldwide health and safety, a technology like CANARY® fights back through rapid detection that’s easier to conduct.

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Read: How UT Police at Houston Protect the World’s Largest Cancer Hospital

How UT Police at Houston Protect the World’s Largest Cancer Hospital

Healthcare Director of the Year Ray Gerwitz created a unified approach to risk mitigation at UTHealth while protecting immunocompromised patients during the pandemic.

Read: Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from November 2021

Top 10 Campus Safety Stories from November 2021

Some bizarre safety and security events went down at K-12 schools, colleges and hospitals in the month of November.

Read: How Mobile Access Control Credentials Improve Security & Convenience

How Mobile Access Control Credentials Improve Security & Convenience

Here’s how your organization can leverage this technology to reduce costs, increase security and improve student and staff experience on campus.

Read: Potter Debuts New Integrated Voice System for Evacuation Messages

Potter Debuts New Integrated Voice System for Evacuation Messages

Fire alarm control panels updated with the system now have the ability to create and send out voice evacuation messages.

Read: Making Safety Plans Actionable with Mass Notification

Making Safety Plans Actionable with Mass Notification

Getting people to act during an emergency should be a top priority of safety planning, and mass notification is key.

Read: Woman Carjacked at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Held Hostage

Woman Carjacked at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Held Hostage

The elderly victim, who was forced to drive the vehicle, jumped out of the moving car after police deployed a spike strip.

Read: IDIS Debuts Video Wall Station for Centralized Monitoring

IDIS Debuts Video Wall Station for Centralized Monitoring

The solution, which is designed as a plug-in, is said to allow small and mid-sized customers to centralize monitoring without the traditional price tag.

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