During an emergency, school, university and hospital security and public safety support personnel, as well as staff and administrators, may be called on to support local first responders. FirstNet enables better communications among all of these individuals.
An active shooter false alarm demonstrated the potential for improved communications that FirstNet could provide during emergencies.
Healthcare facilities, schools and institutions of higher education continue to embrace security cameras, according to CS’ latest research. This exclusive video surveillance study also covers system quality, coverage and maintenance, as well as the policies and procedures supporting this technology.
Here’s how schools and universities can thrive by tying building automation systems to physical security systems.
Vanderbilt’s new cloud-based interoperability solution offers flexibility for campuses that might not have appropriate IT infrastructure.
S2 Security’s Version 4.7 NetBox software features an alarm resolution report to track how long it takes operators to respond to alarms.
NYC-based School of the Visual Arts partners with an integrator and manufacturer to bolster the protection of students, faculty, staff and campus physical assets.
Understanding the foundations of situational awareness can help you better execute your emergency plans.
A majority (92%) of public institutions used sworn officers, compared to 38% of private campuses. Nearly all sworn campus police officers were armed.
According to a study of law enforcement’s response to last year’s attacks by former LAPD officer Chris Dorner, communication problems caused confusion and delays among responding agencies.