In need of a communication system for authorized access to campus facilities, a California elementary school installs a two-way radio callbox system that fits time and budget constraints.
HCC’s Goodman and Ridgeland campuses along with the Grenada Center will begin sharing law enforcement data once the system is installed.
The state has now made $43 million available to improve school security since 2013.
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Littleton Public Schools the funds to help with ongoing recovery efforts following the tragic shooting at Arapahoe High School in December 2013.
Columbus State University’s security network includes more than 300 surveillance cameras, alarm systems and card access control systems that limit and track who enters certain buildings.
Daily education sessions at the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety conference allowed for invaluable dialogue in areas as diverse as customer service and strategic project planning, to active shooters and designing secure faciliti
The state of Indiana has extended its Secured School Safety Grant Program, which awards $9 million in grant funding to more than 250 schools.
A emergency video produced by a partnership of Alberta post-secondary institutions outlines what to do in the event of an active shooter attack.
The school security grants will fund more than 1,300 projects at 448 K-12 schools and college campuses.
The University of New Hampshire and LiveSafe have launched a mobile app for students, faculty and staff that allows two-way communication and tip reporting.