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Read: Campus Safety Magazine March 2016 Issue

Campus Safety Magazine March 2016 Issue

Weighing the Costs of Crime and Benefits of Technology

Read: Campus Safety Magazine January/February 2016 Issue

Campus Safety Magazine January/February 2016 Issue

Social Media Monitoring: The Pros and Cons of Gathering Online Intelligence

Read: School turns to Mobile Duress Solution to Provide Emergency Silent, Wireless Panic Alert System

School turns to Mobile Duress Solution to Provide Emergency Silent, Wireless Panic Alert System

WIU Crossroads directors were seeking a silent, wireless panic alert system to use in emergency situations

Read: The Campus Safety 2016 Yearbook

The Campus Safety 2016 Yearbook

The exclusive, annual resource guide for Hospitals, K-12 Schools and Universities

Read: Going Beyond the Focus on Active Shooter Drills

Going Beyond the Focus on Active Shooter Drills

Colleges and universities must adopt prevention programs that identify mental health issues and intervene before they escalate.

Read: Improving Hospital Security with Integrated Two-way Radios

Improving Hospital Security with Integrated Two-way Radios

Adopting digital radios and combining narrowband networks with Wi-Fi and cellular networks enable healthcare facilities to better protect their campuses and integrate their radios with smartphones, alarm systems and PCs.

Read: Making the Most of Your Security, Safety and Emergency Response Systems

Making the Most of Your Security, Safety and Emergency Response Systems

Improve situational awareness by integrating your public safety technologies, including mass notification, video surveillance, access control, mobile duress and more.

Read: Campus Safety’s Guns on Campus Survey Results

Campus Safety’s Guns on Campus Survey Results

Nearly three in four college police and security stakeholders are opposed to students having firearms, and only 1% of K-12 respondents say their districts/campuses have authorized their staff to carry concealed guns.

Read: How to Improve Physical & Cyber Security on Campus

How to Improve Physical & Cyber Security on Campus

Using policy-driven software ensures your campus will properly integrate, manage and optimize your identity and access control systems.

Read: 2014 Campus Access Control Survey Results

2014 Campus Access Control Survey Results

Policies, staffing and lack of buy-in pose biggest problems.

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