Video Surveillance


Area Churches Help Seminole County Schools Raise Funds for Cameras

Area Churches Help Seminole County Schools Raise Funds for Cameras

The goal is to raise $62,000 to pay for cameras at the district’s high schools and one of its middle schools, and $43,000 has already been raised.

North Carolina Schools Updating Video Surveillance on Buses

North Carolina Schools Updating Video Surveillance on Buses

"It's an additional safety feature that our board and administration felt like was absolutely worth the investment. And again as we always do, safety is going to be our number one concern. And this is just another one of those layers of safety," district communications director Meredith Bounds said.

Body Cameras Help Reduce Attacks on London Hospital Staff

Body Cameras Help Reduce Attacks on London Hospital Staff

“We want staff to feel safe and supported when they come to work,” said Dame Eileen Sills, chief nurse at Guy’s and St Thomas’s. “Any unprovoked violence and aggression towards staff is unacceptable.”

Missouri High School Adds More Than 100 Surveillance Cameras

Missouri High School Adds More Than 100 Surveillance Cameras

When students at Grandview High School returned to campus last week, there were almost 140 new surveillance cameras on site as part of efforts to increase student safety.

Oklahoma District to Use Grant Funds to Add Surveillance System

Oklahoma District to Use Grant Funds to Add Surveillance System

“The use of these funds to purchase these cameras for our district is a much-welcomed relief,” Superintendent for Central High Public Schools Bennie Newton said.

Looking Forward into 2019

Looking Forward into 2019

Predicting campus security trends ahead of the New Year.

Sheriff

Sheriff's Department to Ask Indiana Schools for Access to Video Cameras

Being able to access school cameras in an emergency would allow the police to locate a shooter or intruder more quickly and learn more key information that would help with a rapid response, according to Porter County Sheriff Dave Reynolds.

Enhancing Security Through VMS

Keeping K-12 schools safe is a challenging business. School administrators and security personnel face the task of weighing real and perceived threats, and finding effective and cost-efficient ways to address them while maintaining a non-threatening environment.



Dayton Public Schools Investing $3.3 Million in Surveillance

Dayton Public Schools Investing $3.3 Million in Surveillance

According to Associate Superintendent Shelia Burton, Dayton Public Schools will increase the number of cameras on all 27 campuses while upgrading to newer video surveillance tech with clearer images.

New Hampshire District Considering Exterior Cameras

New Hampshire District Considering Exterior Cameras

“I believe the exterior cameras would allow the administration to see anybody entering and exiting any door on the exterior of the buildings,” Superintendent Mike Fournier said.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - November / December 2022

    November / December 2022

    Featuring:

    • Access Solutions for Safer Schools
    • Why Practice Makes Perfect
    • Video Surveillance in Healthcare
    • Solving Campus Communication Challenges

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