Milestone Systems Protects Students and Prevents Crime Across 20 Campuses
The Anaheim Union High School District deployed an innovative video system that has helped reduce vandalism and theft, while improving emergency preparedness.
School safety is a top priority, but preventing crime and protecting students can be a challenge without the right security measures in place. Discover how the Anaheim Union High School District — one of the largest school districts in California — deployed an innovative video system that has helped reduce vandalism and theft, while increasing emergency preparedness.
The district leveraged video technology from Milestone Systems along with Hanwha cameras and DDN storage to establish centralized video monitoring across 20 campuses. Administrators gained a comprehensive view of all facilities and rapid access to security data. As a result, they can now respond swiftly to incidents and share evidence with authorities. The streamlined system and security infrastructure improvements have led to dramatic reductions in instances of property damage, trespassing, student fights and other threats.
School safety is one of the most critical concerns for educators today. As threats evolve, school districts must remain vigilant and proactive in implementing robust security solutions. The district’s story offers key takeaways for hardening security infrastructure across multiple campuses.
Download the case study to learn how the Anaheim Union High School District deployed video technologies to consolidate a siloed security infrastructure into a single, powerful platform. www.milestonesys.com
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