Infant Security

Read: New Hampshire Hospital Security Officer Helps Woman Deliver Baby

New Hampshire Hospital Security Officer Helps Woman Deliver Baby

The baby was born in the hospital parking lot with the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck.

Read: How RTLS Mobile Duress Technology Protects Healthcare Workers

How RTLS Mobile Duress Technology Protects Healthcare Workers

Real-time location systems (RTLS) provide cost-effective staff duress solutions that prevent violent threats from escalating to dangerous events.

Read: Random Man Sneaks Into MercyOne Des Moines NICU, Feeds Baby

Random Man Sneaks Into MercyOne Des Moines NICU, Feeds Baby

The unknown man claimed to be the father of a baby in the MercyOne NICU and fed an infant for an hour before leaving.

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: Former NICU Nurse Who Abused Infants Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison

Former NICU Nurse Who Abused Infants Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison

Authorities believe as many as 40 cases of infant abuse may have occurred in the Wisconsin hospital’s NICU.

Read: 10 Infant Security Best Practices

10 Infant Security Best Practices

These solutions can help your hospital thwart infant abductions, which often are very carefully planned.

Read: UC Davis Children’s Hospital Installs Webcams in All NICU Beds

UC Davis Children’s Hospital Installs Webcams in All NICU Beds

The program is funded by a grant and allows parents and families to see their babies when they can’t be at the hospital.

Read: Woman Gets 18 Years for 1998 Infant Abduction from Fla. Hospital

Woman Gets 18 Years for 1998 Infant Abduction from Fla. Hospital

A woman abducted an infant and raised her for nearly two decades before being arrested in 2017 for kidnapping and custodial interference.

Read: Woman Accused of Attempting to Abduct Babies at Carolina Hospitals

Woman Accused of Attempting to Abduct Babies at Carolina Hospitals

Four warrants were issued by New Hanover Regional Medical Center Police after they say the woman gained unauthorized access to neonatal units.

Read: Meriter Hospital May Lose Medicare Following NICU Injuries

Meriter Hospital May Lose Medicare Following NICU Injuries

Documented injuries to newborns in Meriter Hospital’s Newborn Intensive Care Unit range from bruising on arms and legs to a broken arm and a skull fracture.

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