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Read: Knox County Commission: Police Radios Don’t Work at Some Schools

Knox County Commission: Police Radios Don’t Work at Some Schools

Responding officers were having difficulty communicating with school security personnel following an active shooter false alarm at Powell High School.

Research

Read: Data Breaches Linked to Rise in Fatal Heart Attacks in Hospitals

Data Breaches Linked to Rise in Fatal Heart Attacks in Hospitals

Hospitals that experienced a breach took 2.7 minutes longer for a patient experiencing cardiac arrest to receive an electrocardiogram.

Resources

Read: Keeping Students Safe on the Bus with Mobile Video

Keeping Students Safe on the Bus with Mobile Video

Canyons is a large Utah School District that has equipped its bus fleet with open platform, mobile video surveillance for student safety and incident investigation. Find out how their best practices can help your school district benefit from mobile video surveillance solutions.

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Read: Charter School Will Be First in Broward County to Install Panic Buttons

Charter School Will Be First in Broward County to Install Panic Buttons

The wireless duress alarms are intended to eliminate confusion during an emergency.

Read: 13 Horrifying Installations That Will Give You Nightmares

13 Horrifying Installations That Will Give You Nightmares

Mislabeled emergency equipment and exposed wires and blocked sensors — OH, MY!

Read: STI Now Offering Stopper Station 3-in-1 Kit

STI Now Offering Stopper Station 3-in-1 Kit

STI’s Stopper Station push button was designed with emergencies like lockdowns in mind.

Read: Know the Total Cost of Owning a Security System

Know the Total Cost of Owning a Security System

Understanding a security technology’s direct and indirect costs as well as the savings it offers will provide a more accurate idea of how much the system really costs.

Read: Russia’s 2017 Cyberattack on Ukraine Seriously Impacted U.S. Hospitals

Russia’s 2017 Cyberattack on Ukraine Seriously Impacted U.S. Hospitals

NotPetya not only crippled Ukraine, it caused $10 billion in damage worldwide and negatively impacted U.S. patient healthcare.

Read: SRO Arrested for Child Abuse After Slamming Student to the Ground

SRO Arrested for Child Abuse After Slamming Student to the Ground

The alleged incident involving an SRO and teen was caught on the school’s video surveillance system.

Read: Reunification Realities: 7 Lessons Learned from a School Active Shooter Exercise

Reunification Realities: 7 Lessons Learned from a School Active Shooter Exercise

Here’s what one community learned about reuniting students with their parents after it conducted an active shooter exercise with first responders and community volunteers.

Read: UT Austin Turns Tragedy into Triumph Through Campus Safety

UT Austin Turns Tragedy into Triumph Through Campus Safety

Actions taken by CS Higher Education Director of the Year James Johnson after two tragedies rocked UT Austin are nothing short of remarkable.

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