Security Technology

Read: Wisconsin School Anonymous Tip Line Receives 1,000 Tips in 3 Months

Wisconsin School Anonymous Tip Line Receives 1,000 Tips in 3 Months

The tip line is a statewide confidential reporting system designed to be a safe place for students, school staff, and community members to share information concerning potential school violence.

Read: Navigating Children and Teens’ Ongoing Reliance on Technology

Navigating Children and Teens’ Ongoing Reliance on Technology

A digital wellness expert shares ways schools can reduce technology-dependent behaviors to help ensure children and teens remain safe online.

Read: Utah’s Granite School District Standardizes on Salient Systems to Protect One of Country’s Largest Districts

Utah’s Granite School District Standardizes on Salient Systems to Protect One of Country’s Largest Districts

Granite School District will connect more than 5,000 cameras to CompleteView to provide a district-wide picture of security operations, with the help of its systems integrator partner.

Read: How Intercoms Can Improve Critical Campus Communications

How Intercoms Can Improve Critical Campus Communications

IP intercoms ensure intelligible audio to enhance situational awareness, bolster surveillance and officer coverage, improve efficiencies, and more.

Read: Baton Rouge School Installs Athena Security Weapons Detection System

Baton Rouge School Installs Athena Security Weapons Detection System

The system uses high-definition metal detection combined with other sensors to understand the type, shape, and size of metal in transit.

Read: Boundless Energy Is a Winning Strategy for Virtua Health Security Executive

Boundless Energy Is a Winning Strategy for Virtua Health Security Executive

Setting up a COVID mass vaccination site, standardizing policies and procedures, as well as upgrading a wide range of technologies are just some of Paul Sarnese’s achievements that led to him being named Campus Safety 2022 Healthcare Director of the Year.

Read: FCC Bans New Equipment Sales of Hikvision, Dahua

FCC Bans New Equipment Sales of Hikvision, Dahua

The FCC ban applies to equipment sold by Hikvision, Dahua and other banned entities for “the purpose of public safety, security of government facilities, physical surveillance of critical infrastructure, and other national security purposes.”

Read: Ohio Governor Announces Safety and Security Funding for Colleges and Universities

Ohio Governor Announces Safety and Security Funding for Colleges and Universities

Funds will be used to cover physical security enhancements such as cameras, door locks, alarms, public address systems, and metal detectors.

Read: Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

Studies have found that in more than 43% of K-12 campus shootings, the gunman was currently enrolled at the school.

Read: 67% of U.S. School Districts Meet FCC Internet Connectivity Benchmark

67% of U.S. School Districts Meet FCC Internet Connectivity Benchmark

However, there are 23.5 million K-12 students who still need improved internet access to maximize digital learning.

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