Security Technology

Read: Florida Public Schools Must Have Mobile Panic Alarms by 2021-22 Academic Year

Florida Public Schools Must Have Mobile Panic Alarms by 2021-22 Academic Year

The Martin County School District has installed an $800,000 Centegix alert system.

Read: University of Utah Police to Use Body-Worn Cameras on Campus

University of Utah Police to Use Body-Worn Cameras on Campus

The campus community was involved in developing guidelines for implementation of body-worn cameras.

Read: DOJ Provides $92 Million to Wisconsin Schools for Safety Improvements

DOJ Provides $92 Million to Wisconsin Schools for Safety Improvements

The funding provided training on threat assessments and mental health, as well as upgrades to the physical security of Wisconsin schools.

Read: Why Campuses Still Need Temperature Monitoring

Why Campuses Still Need Temperature Monitoring

The medical consensus is that temperature scanning solutions will be used as general gateway health monitors even after there is widespread vaccination for COVID-19.

Read: Why Your Campus PA Is So Important During an Emergency

Why Your Campus PA Is So Important During an Emergency

The right public address system can reduce response times during emergencies.

Read: What To Do About Wired Glass in Schools?

What To Do About Wired Glass in Schools?

Wired glass is common in older school buildings and poses significant safety issues.

Read: Yikes! Ransomware Attacks Up 151% So Far This Year

Yikes! Ransomware Attacks Up 151% So Far This Year

In the first six months of 2021, education saw a 615% spike in ransomware incidents, while healthcare experienced a 594% increase.

Read: How Delayed Exit Devices Can Make Campus Lockdowns More Effective

How Delayed Exit Devices Can Make Campus Lockdowns More Effective

In this video, Detex’s Tim Shafer talks about the various types of equipment that can help address campus access control issues, as well as his company‚Äôs outdoor delayed exit solution.

Read: Philadelphia District to Install 9,500 Air Purifiers Despite Expert Recommendations

Philadelphia District to Install 9,500 Air Purifiers Despite Expert Recommendations

The school district has allocated $4.5 million to buy air purifiers, raising questions about the effectiveness and safety of the units.

Read: Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Demand for access control, locks, visitor management and other solutions is on the rise, but the ability to lockdown is still a challenge.

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