Panic Alarms

Read: 9 Dead in Russian School Shooting

9 Dead in Russian School Shooting

In response to the school shooting, Russian President Vladimir Putin is calling for new gun control measures.

Read: Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

The system shares live video and directly connects school communications with responding public safety agencies.

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: The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

Big security technology changes have been made on all types of campuses due to the pandemic. See which changes our readers were most interested in this year.

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: CENTEGIX Improves CrisisAlert to Help Districts Comply with Alyssa’s Law

CENTEGIX Improves CrisisAlert to Help Districts Comply with Alyssa’s Law

The CrisisAlert solution can now integrate with both CENTEGIX’s mobile app and other mobile panic applications, says the company.

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.

Read: How to Get What You Need from Your Security Systems Integrator

How to Get What You Need from Your Security Systems Integrator

Four campus protection pros describe how they vet their electronic security contractors and the top challenges they must address.

Read: Littleton Public Schools Unified Security Technology Program

Littleton Public Schools Unified Security Technology Program

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