Two-Way Radios

Read: Broward County To Fix Police Radio That Failed During Parkland Shooting

Broward County To Fix Police Radio That Failed During Parkland Shooting

On the day of the shooting, it took four or five attempts for a responding officer to transmit a single piece of information over the radio.

Read: FirstNet: The Key to Improving Safety at Schools, Colleges and Hospitals

FirstNet: The Key to Improving Safety at Schools, Colleges and Hospitals

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.

Read: 4 Colorado School Districts Receive $2.8 Million for School Security

4 Colorado School Districts Receive $2.8 Million for School Security

Some of the security upgrades include adding 50 security cameras, installing new door locks and building a new security office.

Read: Farmington Schools Use Radio-to-Intercom Bridge to Improve Security

Farmington Schools Use Radio-to-Intercom Bridge to Improve Security

A communications specialist with the Farmington, N.M., police came up with the idea to connect its schools’ intercoms with radios following a nearby school shooting.

Read: Titan HST Keeps You Connected During Times of Crisis

Titan HST Keeps You Connected During Times of Crisis

Titan HST makes sure you stay connected during weather emergencies with features like GPS, two-way communication and augmented reality.

Read: Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Don’t have time to read the 180-page Federal Commission on School Safety final report? Here’s what’s important for school security professionals to know.

Read: False Alarms Can be Reduced With Thermal Imaging

False Alarms Can be Reduced With Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging provides powerful perimeter protection with accurate intrusion classification and visual alarm assessments to minimize false alarms.

Read: Is Your Dispatch Center Prepared for Active Shooters & Active Assailants?

Is Your Dispatch Center Prepared for Active Shooters & Active Assailants?

Here’s what public safety or security dispatchers can expect to experience should an active shooter or active assailant come to campus.

Read: 4 School Security Basics Your K-12 Campus Should Implement Now

4 School Security Basics Your K-12 Campus Should Implement Now

Securable space, communications, threat assessment and management, and common protocol are the foundations of a good school security program.

Read: ‘Throttling’ Caused Broward Radio Failures During Parkland Shooting

‘Throttling’ Caused Broward Radio Failures During Parkland Shooting

Max Schachter, whose 14-year-old son was killed at Stoneman Douglas, told Broward commissioners Tuesday that the county is not doing enough to improve its radio system.

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