Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: 10 Steps to Creating A Campus Security Master Plan

10 Steps to Creating A Campus Security Master Plan

From updating their SOC to incorporating construction plans, here are the security measures campuses should consider to improve their safety and security.

Read: Key Boxes Have Come a Long Way

Key Boxes Have Come a Long Way

Many hospitals, schools and universities have adopted automated card access control. Still, there are a large number of physical keys in use, both from legacy systems and in new construction that are not a part of the electronic access control system but need to be managed.

Read: 5 Tips for Writing Effective RFPs

5 Tips for Writing Effective RFPs

When a campus has a large electronic security project, a request for proposal (RFP) can help the institution select the best integrators for the job. These suggestions will you help you craft an RFP that delivers results.

Read: 5 Steps to Successful Security Upgrades

5 Steps to Successful Security Upgrades

The approach Quinnipiac University and the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay used when implementing their new security systems can be adopted by other campuses so their decision-making and procurement processes are as productive as possible.

Read: Your Key to Effective Lockdowns

Your Key to Effective Lockdowns

One of the most basic and important functional protocols for academic environments is the lockdown, yet no one solution can meet the needs of every campus or district. There are some best practices, however, that can be followed so the appropriate procedures and policies are implemented.

The Bids Are Back… Now What?

If a campus has drafted a good RFP, it should receive responses from three to five qualified integrators. The next step is to compare the bids.

Read: Hospital Undergoes Integration Operation

Hospital Undergoes Integration Operation

An integrated, networked video surveillance and access control system cures the security ills of a 191-bed hospital in South Central Georgia. The remedy prescribed allows security personnel to download floor plans, set up alert levels, perform instant lockdowns and more.

Out With the Old, In With the New

Riverside Community College District decided it was time to upgrade its ID cards to be multi-functioning tools for students, faculty and staff.

Read: Upgrade or Replace? It Depends

Upgrade or Replace? It Depends

Campus officials face a common dilemma: Should they improve their current electronic security technology or adopt a completely new system? Those who do the proper footwork and planning will have the tools they need to choose the best course of action for their organizations.

Read: Hospital Security Still Flying Under the Radar

Hospital Security Still Flying Under the Radar

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