Vandalism

Read: Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

Univ. of Oregon Sororities, Local Business Pay for Private Security Patrols

University officials agreed to amend its contract with a private security company to include the additional foot patrols but will not pay for it.

Read: How Robust Storage Solutions Can Protect Campus Video Surveillance Data

How Robust Storage Solutions Can Protect Campus Video Surveillance Data

Deploying a reliable video surveillance storage solution will ensure the data from your security cameras and IoT sensors will be there when you need it.

Read: Video Surveillance Upgrades Help District Cut Crime, Improve Preparedness

Video Surveillance Upgrades Help District Cut Crime, Improve Preparedness

Here’s how one Northeast school district used video surveillance to optimize its collaboration with first responders, reduce vandalism and theft, and improve operations.

Read: FUSD Installs Security Cameras in All Elementary Schools

FUSD Installs Security Cameras in All Elementary Schools

Along with school safety, Fresno Unified School District hopes the added security help with the school’s after-hours vandalism issue.

Read: Vandals Hang Turkish Flags at 2 Armenian Schools

Vandals Hang Turkish Flags at 2 Armenian Schools

Two Armenian schools in Calif., were vandalized overnight with Turkish flags and police are investigating it as a potential hate crime.

Read: 2 Arrested for Firing Over 60 Rounds at Pinewood Elementary

2 Arrested for Firing Over 60 Rounds at Pinewood Elementary

Investigators say the two men timed the shooting for midnight on New Year’s Eve so neighbors would think the gunshots were fireworks.

Read: Anchorage SD Expands IP Video System to Combat Vandalism, Theft

Anchorage SD Expands IP Video System to Combat Vandalism, Theft

This Alaskan K-12 district has used its security cameras to cut down on playground fires, broken windows, assaults and thefts for improved school safety.

Read: Youths Vandalize Wash. Schools, Cause $500,000 in Damage

Youths Vandalize Wash. Schools, Cause $500,000 in Damage

All three vandals, ages 10, 13, and 14, have pending charges for burglary and malicious mischief.

Teens Suspected of Stealing and Destroying Dozens of iPads at Okla. School

The cost of the theft and vandalism is estimated at $20,000 to $25,000.

Vandals Cause $75K of Damage to N.M. Middle School

Police are working to identify three females seen on the school’s surveillance footage.

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