Video surveillance system downtime or data loss is a widespread problem for many organizations. Here’s how you can ensure your security cameras won’t let you down.
Your students’, faculty’s and staff’s chances of surviving violence will increase if your campus adopts these three strategies.
Lists that claim to rank the ‘Safest Colleges’ in America are misleading. Students and parents must do their homework to find a campus that is truly secure and right for them.
Until those students and faculty members can provide proof of their immunization, they will remain under quarantine until further notice.
Learn to stay ahead of weather threats in this free educational webinar.
CSC West will address a wide range of critical K-12 and higher education safety and security issues, including suicide prevention, gang violence, transportation safety, sexual assault investigations, mental health, threat assessments, Clery compliance, lockdown, recovery and more.
During an emergency, school, university and hospital security and public safety support personnel, as well as staff and administrators, may be called on to support local first responders. FirstNet enables better communications among all of these individuals.
An active shooter false alarm demonstrated the potential for improved communications that FirstNet could provide during emergencies.
A serious pitfall of Do-It-Yourself campus security is the temptation to tackle a project that should be entrusted to professionals.
The 2019 CCUPCA Spring Conference is just around the corner. It will take place at the University of Southern California April 24-26.