Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine Digital Edition - July 2017

July 2017

  • SCHOOL PERIMETER SECURITY: THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENSE
  • REIMAGINING COMMUNICATION
  • PROTECTING THE CLASSROOM
  • ENHANCING SURVEILLANCE
  • AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO A SAFER SCHOOL DISTRICT


“Yes, HAL. Open the Quad Bay Doors.”

:“Yes, HAL. Open the Quad Bay Doors.”

By Mark Fletcher

In today’s world, emergency communications and notifications are not necessarily specific “systems”, but an ecosystem of various systems, procedures and protocols making up a solution, designed to provide a uniform command-and-control response to specific emergency conditions.


An Integrated Approach to a Safer School District

An Integrated Approach to a Safer School District

By Ellie Randall

The Littleton Public School District was adamant about implementing technology that would provide an integrated approach to a safer school by utilizing PoE to ultimately achieve a fullfledged Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) system.


Protecting the Classroom

Protecting the Classroom

By Matt Sumner

California State University was in need of a solution that would not only help mitigate theft and protect valuable IT and AV assets, but simplify the locking and unlocking process to improve the efficiency of equipment maintenance.


Enhancing Surveillance

Enhancing Surveillance

By Wayne Arvidson

When it comes to safety on college campuses, video surveillance is a critical tool. It has a force-multiplying effect, and campus security officers rely on the technology to help them monitor activity and stop violence, crime, and other threats, which are important considerations for prospective students and their families.


Reimagining Communication

Reimagining Communication

By Anthony Greiter

By creating compelling content that people will share, police departments can access the billions of online conversations taking place each day.


School Perimeter Security: The First Line of Defense

School Perimeter Security: The First Line of Defense

By Ben Williams, David Corbin

Perimeter security isn’t always just about violent intruders. Good perimeter security greatly reduces opportunities for vandalism and theft during school hours as well as after.


An Extra Layer of Campus Protection

By Dana Rasmussen

All universities are required to adhere to the same reporting standards detailing the types of crime committed on or near campus. These reporting standards, which are a part of the Clery Act, were recently updated to capture data in regards to the following