Results: "panic buttons"

Read: A+ Security Upgrade: Wallingford Schools Adopt New Access Control, Emergency Response Systems

A+ Security Upgrade: Wallingford Schools Adopt New Access Control, Emergency Response Systems

The district’s new system allows school administrators to communicate via computer and mobile devices to first responders for all security breaches or medical emergencies.

Read: How Traditional School Security Options Fail Us

How Traditional School Security Options Fail Us

Here are three common school security points of failure and five ways to avoid them.

Read: Blount County to Install Security System in School, Government Buildings

Blount County to Install Security System in School, Government Buildings

All middle and high school teachers will be given a personalized, wearable panic button with mapping capabilities.

Read: Openpath Lockdown Solution Features Patented Triple-Unlock Technology

Openpath Lockdown Solution Features Patented Triple-Unlock Technology

Lockdown Solution alerts first responders of an incident and provides real-time video feed from all cameras within a lockdown zone.

Read: How to Evaluate Competing Technology

How to Evaluate Competing Technology

A systematic approach will help to ensure your organization makes the right public safety and security technology purchasing decisions.

Read: 5 Qualities Your School Violence Prevention Program Grant Applications Should Include

5 Qualities Your School Violence Prevention Program Grant Applications Should Include

Here’s what the DOJ is looking for and how to make your SVPP grant application can stand out from the crowd.

Read: The Importance of Communications in a School Crisis Plan

The Importance of Communications in a School Crisis Plan

Rauland, a leader in critical communication solutions, provides communication technology and service for healthcare and education customers.

Read: An SRO Will Soon Be in All K-12 Tennessee Schools

An SRO Will Soon Be in All K-12 Tennessee Schools

Tennessee school districts will be required to provide a 25% match in order to qualify for part of the $30 million grant.

Read: How to Choose the Right Public Safety and Security Technology

How to Choose the Right Public Safety and Security Technology

A systematic approach will help to ensure your organization makes the right public safety and security technology purchasing decisions.

Read: Shirtless Man Buzzed into Park Lane Elementary Had Gun, Drugs

Shirtless Man Buzzed into Park Lane Elementary Had Gun, Drugs

The town’s police chief is now calling for the principal’s firing after the man was buzzed in despite his concerning behavior.

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