Emergency Communications

Read: Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Despite Decline in Usage, Blue Light Emergency Phones Are Here to Stay

Research shows blue light emergency phones help deter crimes, and students and parents still want the technology on campus.

Read: Preparing for the Next Critical Campus Event with Artificial Intelligence

Preparing for the Next Critical Campus Event with Artificial Intelligence

Although threat assessment teams remain an important part of response to critical campus events, AI-powered technology can filter the noise and support analysts and key decision makers.

Read: Pandemic Highlights Central Station Dependability and Value

Pandemic Highlights Central Station Dependability and Value

While Internet providers and even 911 centers experience occasional outages, central stations have become virtually indestructible thanks to their strong foundations.

Read: Virginia Awards $12M in School Security Equipment Grants

Virginia Awards $12M in School Security Equipment Grants

The grants will pay for security cameras, communications, visitor IDs, access control and mass notification systems, as well as other security upgrades.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

Tabletop Exercise 5: School Loses Power as Temperature Drops

A school’s computer network, P.A. system and phone system are down due to a power outage and the temperature is dropping. What would you do?

Read: Essential Communications: Five Ways Two-Way Radios Help Lower Costs and Increase Campus Safety

Essential Communications: Five Ways Two-Way Radios Help Lower Costs and Increase Campus Safety

Learn the advantages of using two-way radios on campus

Read: Tabletop Exercise 4: Minivan with 4 Students Rear-ends School Bus

Tabletop Exercise 4: Minivan with 4 Students Rear-ends School Bus

There were also 33 elementary students on the school bus at the time of the accident. What steps should be taken?

Read: Panic Buttons Aren’t Just for Active Shooters

Panic Buttons Aren’t Just for Active Shooters

A school security director opens up about how his district’s panic button solution is used for so much more than active shooter incidents.

Read: Milton Hershey School Receives Second Accreditation from CALEA

Milton Hershey School Receives Second Accreditation from CALEA

Milton Hershey is the only school, both public or private, to receive dual accreditation from the credentialing authority.

Read: Badge Messenger Addresses School Security Alert Technology Challenges

Badge Messenger Addresses School Security Alert Technology Challenges

The alert system doesn’t require WiFi or cellular service, and communication is encrypted and takes place on its own wireless network.

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