Emergency Communications

Read: 54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

As more students return to in-person learning, most teens don’t feel confident that their schools are prepared to address mental health and safety needs.

Read: Potter Electric Acquires SureCall’s ERCES Business

Potter Electric Acquires SureCall’s ERCES Business

The Guardian Series products from SureCall provide public safety radio communications for first responders.

Read: Connecticut Opens New Rounds of School Security Grants

Connecticut Opens New Rounds of School Security Grants

The grants aim to improve school security infrastructure and emergency communications. Initial applications are due June 15.

Read: Month by Month Guide to Enhance School Safety and Communication

Month by Month Guide to Enhance School Safety and Communication

‘Enhancing Safety and Communication in K-12 Schools: A 12-Month Guide,’ provides a detailed outline of the entire school year to advise on leading practices and steps you can take to make sure everyone is informed about emergencies.

Read: New York Governor Announces $59.9 Million for School Technology Upgrades

New York Governor Announces $59.9 Million for School Technology Upgrades

The $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act supports classroom technology, high-tech security and school connectivity.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Ken Harr

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Ken Harr

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

Read: Trinity College Dublin Enhances Safety with SafeZone from CriticalArc

Trinity College Dublin Enhances Safety with SafeZone from CriticalArc

When individuals call for assistance, SafeZone from CriticalArc will enable responders to pinpoint their precise location.

Read: A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

A Nonsworn Community College Public Safety Department’s Lessons from Last Summer’s Minneapolis Civil Unrest

Here are Mark DeRee’s written answers to the questions that weren’t answered during his Campus Safety Online Summit presentation on the lessons Minneapolis College learned during last summer’s protests.

Read: Healthy Buildings: A New Safety Priority for Schools During COVID

Healthy Buildings: A New Safety Priority for Schools During COVID

More focus on water quality assessments and ventilation evaluations are just a few ways campus safety priorities have shifted during the pandemic.

Read: American Time Debuts inCloud Portal for Network Product Management

American Time Debuts inCloud Portal for Network Product Management

inCloud works exclusively with EverAlert Communication System devices and the latest Wi-Fi and PoE clocks from American Time.

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