Call Boxes

Call Box Stops Attempted Rape

Read: Traditional Call Boxes Go High Tech

Traditional Call Boxes Go High Tech

Many help stations now on the market offer a wide array of features that can help colleges comply with the Clery Act.

U.C. Davis to Remove All Campus Safety Phones

Read: Your Mass Notification Cheat Sheet

Your Mass Notification Cheat Sheet

Read: Talk-A-Phone VoIP 500-Series Emergency Phones

Talk-A-Phone VoIP 500-Series Emergency Phones

Read: Preparing for the Worst, Just in Case

Preparing for the Worst, Just in Case

Four years ago, Coastal Carolina University looked to fix the broken call boxes on its campus. With the help of Myrtle Beach Communications and Motorola, not only did the university receive upgraded call boxes, it also installed numerous IP cameras to monitor the entire campus.

Read: Can You Hear Me Now?

Can You Hear Me Now?

Most likely, non-emergency communications equipment and traditional mass notification systems are already in place at your institution. With some adjustments, these, combined with newly installed solutions, might be able to provide much of the coverage your institution needs during a disaster.

Read: Boldly Going Where No Call Box Has Gone Before

Boldly Going Where No Call Box Has Gone Before

With their ever-expanding responsibilities and campuses, hospital and university law enforcement departments turn to wireless emergency communication devices to extend their reach to remote areas and retrofit applications.

Read: Call Box Basics and Beyond

Call Box Basics and Beyond

Crime is a constant reality throughout much of society, and campus parking facilities and outdoor locations are no exception. In fact, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), an analysis of campus crime data involving students between the ages 18 and 24 shows that 24.2 percent of violent victimizations occur in open areas, while 9 percent take place in parking lots and garages. Both areas are of special concern to campus officials.

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