Video Surveillance: Delivering a Curb-to-Core Line of Defense for School Security
Download this free guide to learn how video surveillance plays a key role in campus safety systems.
More active shooter and other security incidents in recent years have prompted parents, administrators and law enforcement to take a hard look at improving campus safety. This is for good reason: shootings are among the deadliest types of emergencies a school could face. Video surveillance should be a key layer in a campus security system.
One of the best ways to lessen this risk is to keep unauthorized visitors from gaining access to a campus in the first place. Network video surveillance can provide real-time visual verification of situational awareness. It also records video data for evaluation after an event happens.
In this free resource, “Video Surveillance: Delivering a Curb-to-Core Line of Defense for School Security,” you will discover how three school districts integrated video surveillance into their security systems.
Video surveillance and a wide range of security technologies are combining to create an efficient and effective first line of defense for education facilities, which can help save valuable time during an emergency event. New video technology more easily integrates with a other security and information systems, including access control and video analytics, which, as a result, can lead to faster response times.
Download this free guide, “Video Surveillance: Delivering a Curb-to-Core Line of Defense for School Security,” to learn how the latest video surveillance technology is helping school districts provide more secure learning environments and reduce emergency response time.