Through a unified CEM program, campuses of all sizes can have confidence in their ability to identify, assess, address, and analyze an event no matter where and when it may happen.
This free webcast will cover the initial framework for reunification planning, operations, and mass notification during a school emergency.
This simple tool can reduce the time it takes to communicate with the full team at the outset of and during an incident at your school.
Parents and other family members were angry about the lack of information and the long delays in reuniting with their children.
Learn the advantages of using two-way radios for campus security, from cost effectiveness to ease of use.
A Radiance LED wall enables UB faculty to share content that is clear no matter where a student sits in the classroom.
When combined, different access control security technologies can provide a holistic approach to safety and help prevent incidents on campuses.
UDel has renovated its Whitney Athletic Center, turning it into a top-notch facility for athletes, fans, and the media.
Here’s a run-down of what some campuses, districts, cities, and states are doing to make schools more safe and secure.
When emergencies happen, communication is vital. Often times, power is lost and means of communication become limited or unreliable. Are your communication systems reliable and ready for the next emergency?