Video Surveillance

Read: Extreme Makeover: Hospital Edition

Extreme Makeover: Hospital Edition

Forsyth Medical Center’s Director of Public Safety Tony Potter describes the impressive overhaul his department has undergone to address the facility’s expansion plans and evolving security concerns.

Read: A Better View for SMU

A Better View for SMU

Southern Methodist University’s upgraded DVR system allows police to centrally monitor campus activities, deterring would-be criminals and providing peace of mind to students, staff and visitors.

Read: 9 Reasons Why Campus Police and IT Should Start Talking

9 Reasons Why Campus Police and IT Should Start Talking

Read: They Want Their CCTV

They Want Their CCTV

When officials at a Montana hospital began planning for the expansion of their camera surveillance system, they didn’t need to convince the nurses or employees that the upgrade was a good idea. Although crime isn’t an issue at the center, staff members embraced the notion that improved CCTV coverage would mean even greater safety and security for facility personnel, patients, visitors and assets.

Read: Cultivating a Close-Knit Connection

Cultivating a Close-Knit Connection

Keeping the Richard Stockton College campus safe and crime-free is important to Chief Glenn Miller, but building solid relationships with the university community proves just as imperative while he and his department are on patrol.

Read: Defending Your Campus Against WMDs

Defending Your Campus Against WMDs

Hospital, university and school security professionals can’t afford to just have good disaster response plans when weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) are involved. Understanding the various types that could be used, the kinds of risks a site could face and the appropriate preventive measures available can help campuses ward off an attack.

Read: At DSU, Efficiency and Security Do Mix

At DSU, Efficiency and Security Do Mix

When Delaware State University upgraded its access control system, it discovered that today’s integrated technology can help to not only decrease crime and increase arrest rates, but also streamline other campus operations.

Read: To Serve and Not Be Served

To Serve and Not Be Served

North Carolina University affiliated WakeMed Health and Hospitals of Raleigh, N.C., succeeds in keeping its patients and staff safe and secure by staying true to the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics and blending electronic security systems with a focus on customer service.

Read: Security System Gives Hospital Advantages, New Life

Security System Gives Hospital Advantages, New Life

Upgrading Jackson Hospital’s entire security system – which included the installation of a new access control system and integration with a digital video system – has already saved money, property loss and lives.

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