Equipment Maintenance

Read: What Campuses Can Learn from the Surfside Condo Collapse

What Campuses Can Learn from the Surfside Condo Collapse

Here are some fire alarm and voice evacuation practices campus life safety professionals can glean from last year’s Miami condo collapse that killed 98 people.

Read: Choosing the Right Integrator for Your Next Campus Security Project

Choosing the Right Integrator for Your Next Campus Security Project

Before you hire an integrator, be sure to ask these four critical questions so you’ll have a partner you can trust when you upgrade your security systems.

Read: CISA: Hackers Increasingly Targeting K-12 Virtual Classes

CISA: Hackers Increasingly Targeting K-12 Virtual Classes

U.S. cybersecurity officials are warning K-12 schools that hackers are increasingly targeting them. Here’s how campuses can mitigate these risks.

Read: Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late to Replace Your Digital Signage

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late to Replace Your Digital Signage

The time to plan for upgrading digital signage is when your current equipment is still working, not when it fails. Here’s how to make your case to other campus stakeholders.

Read: Big Time Security on a Small College Campus

Big Time Security on a Small College Campus

Here’s how Seattle Pacific University, a small college campus, was able to adopt advanced security technology, and how that technology performed during an active shooter attack.

Read: Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

Effectively Responding to Active Shooters in Healthcare Facilities

“Secure, Preserve, Fight” can be an alternative way to respond to active shooters in healthcare settings when “Run, Hide, Fight” is not possible.

US Sales of Law Enforcement Equipment to Reach $1.2B in 2020

The growth in the number of armed officers and the adoption of high technology products are factors contributing to the high projection.

Read: Obama’s Limits on Military Surplus Equipment Greatly Impact K-12 School Police

Obama’s Limits on Military Surplus Equipment Greatly Impact K-12 School Police

President Barack Obama’s new executive order will ban police serving only K-12 schools from receiving anything under the 1033 program.

Obama’s Limits on Military Surplus Equipment Greatly Impact K-12 School Police

President Barack Obama’s new executive order will ban police serving only K-12 schools from receiving anything under the 1033 program.

Parents Angry Police Chief Brought Sex Offender to School

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