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Read: A Day at ISC West: What We Saw

A Day at ISC West: What We Saw

Some takeaways from the largest physical security conference in the country.

Read: Syracuse Neighborhood Adopts Surveillance Cameras

Syracuse Neighborhood Adopts Surveillance Cameras

There is some debate over the effectiveness of the surveillance cameras in reducing crime.

Read: Unique Security Upgrade Gives Ky. School District Nighttime Protection

Unique Security Upgrade Gives Ky. School District Nighttime Protection

The district’s six schools will get 68 cameras installed with night vision capabilities.

Wash. College to Spend $780,000 to Improve Campus Security

School security upgrades include added surveillance cameras and card readers on campus.

Read: HID Global Gives Security Trends to Watch in 2016

HID Global Gives Security Trends to Watch in 2016

A move to mobile, secure and connected security solutions is in HID Global’s forecast.

Read: Campus Safety’s Jan. 20 Video News Roundup

Campus Safety’s Jan. 20 Video News Roundup

In this week’s edition of Campus Safety’s news round up, we discuss an expert’s take on the past and future of the security industry.

Read: Campus Safety’s Jan. 20 Video News Roundup

Campus Safety’s Jan. 20 Video News Roundup

In this week’s edition of Campus Safety’s news round up, we discuss an expert’s take on the past and future of the security industry.

Read: Umpqua Community College Requests $6M for Renovations, School Security

Umpqua Community College Requests $6M for Renovations, School Security

A spokesman said $4.2 million will go toward redesigning the residence hall where the shooting took place.

Read: Diebold Bought by Securitas for $350 Million

Diebold Bought by Securitas for $350 Million

The acquisition includes a strategic business alliance to ensure Securitas will be Diebold’s main security solutions provider in North America.

Read: Ind. Governor Awards $3.5 Million to School Safety Program

Ind. Governor Awards $3.5 Million to School Safety Program

Indiana Governor Mike Pence says he’ll double the $3.5 million expected to go into a school security grant program next year.

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