Results: "panic buttons"

Duress Alerting Improves Schools’ Situational Awareness

Panic alarms are another tool that can supplement law enforcement and video surveillance.

U.S. Schools, Parents, Politicians Continue Quest for Security Upgrades

Top Campus Security Trends to Watch in 2013

Access control, training and weapons, as well as the management of keys, guests and emergency power, are some of the top issues that should be on your radar this year.

More School Districts Vow to Improve Security

Pittsburgh Hospital Psych Nurses ‘Fearful of Getting Hurt’

7 Lessons From the Oikos U. Shooting

Last week’s shooting highlights the need for intelligence sharing, mass notification, access control, security officers, cooperation with local law enforcement and media management plans.

Read: Nye County Schools Install Cameras in Classrooms

Nye County Schools Install Cameras in Classrooms

The Nye County (Nev.) School District has installed an audio enhancement, panic alarm and camera system in its classrooms that not only keeps kids safe and secure, but helps them stay engaged in class lessons.

Read: Healthcare Facilities, Police Grapple With Prisoner Escapes

Healthcare Facilities, Police Grapple With Prisoner Escapes

IHSS Foundation study highlights incident frequency and reporting shortcomings. Report calls for Clery-type law to be enacted for hospitals.

Hospital Selects Inovonics’ Mobile Duress, Location and Mass Notification System

Nurses Fear for Safety After Hospital Replaces Police With Security Officers

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