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Read: Seattle Children’s Hospital Bridges Its Communication Gap

Seattle Children’s Hospital Bridges Its Communication Gap

This campus didn’t need to replace its duress system. It just needed to better utilize and integrate the technologies that were already there.

Read: Florida State Aims for ‘Easy Button’ Solution to Mass Notification

Florida State Aims for ‘Easy Button’ Solution to Mass Notification

Institutions cannot afford to have an emergency notification system that takes minutes to verify an emergency, draft a message, seek approval and/or send the alert. To address this challenge, Florida State University, in conjunction with Siemens, has developed a centralized activation portal for its FSU ALERT emergency notification system.

5 Real Time Location System Implementation Best Practices

Here’s how you can make the most of your RF, active or passive tagging systems to track people and assets.

Delaware County Installs Silent Alarm Systems to Boost School Security

Delaware schools install silent alarm systems to immediately answer threats and get police on scene fast.

Singlewire – Featured Product 9-21-15

District Receives $1.3M School Security Grant from State of Conn.

Read: Putting Wireless Intrusion Solutions to Work for You

Putting Wireless Intrusion Solutions to Work for You

Improved range and reliability, along with comparatively low installation costs, are making wireless solutions more than just practical for hospital, school and university security projects.

Read: Announcing the Contenders

Announcing the Contenders

Read: The Elite 8: CS Director of the Year Finalists Revealed

The Elite 8: CS Director of the Year Finalists Revealed

It’s that time of year again when Campus Safety magazine honors the top police chiefs and security directors of our nation’s hospitals, schools and universities for their achievements and outstanding management of their campuses. Eight law enforcement executives have been named finalists in this hard-fought contest.

Read: To Serve and Not Be Served

To Serve and Not Be Served

North Carolina University affiliated WakeMed Health and Hospitals of Raleigh, N.C., succeeds in keeping its patients and staff safe and secure by staying true to the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics and blending electronic security systems with a focus on customer service.

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