Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine Digital Edition - November 2016

July 2016

  • CONQUERING A FEEDING FRENZY
  • PROTECTING OUTDOOR SPACES
  • THE BUILDING BLOCKS
  • PLAN OF ACTION
  • NEW SOLUTIONS TO SECURING A CAMPUS


A School Lockdown

A School Lockdown

By Karen Evans

Regardless of whether a lockdown situation occurs because of an intruder, a threat against the school or severe weather, it is important to plan for what happens after the lockdown is initiated.


Planning A Connected Campus

Planning A Connected Campus

By Kyle Gordon

Technology is changing rapidly, transforming the campus landscape. Mobility trends, real-time, location-based services/global positioning systems (GPS) and even social media are having an impact.


Scalable and Cost Effective

By Ralph C. Jensen

Maintaining and/or upgrading physical security systems is a challenge for schools across the country, and the Brunswick School Department is no different.


Security Down Under

By Willem Ryan

With approximately 32,000 full-time students, 16,000 part-time students, and 16,000 staff and affiliates, the University of Sydney faces the same security risks as a small city including theft, disorderly conduct, assault and vandalism.


Guarding Valuables

Guarding Valuables

By Wendy Bowman

Berklee College of Music is home to a lot of talented musicians, but also to a variety of expensive audio equipment.


Streamlining Card Issuance

Streamlining Card Issuance

By Craig Sandness

One of the easiest ways to achieve this is to choose an ID issuance solution that allows the card issuer to combine multiple issuance steps into a single and seamless process—all from within the same printing device.


Connecting The Campus

By Ralph C. Jensen

Saint Joseph's University is heading into the final leg of its strategic plan, Plan 2020: Gateway to the Future, which focuses on increased academic distinction, facility enhancements and endowment growth. As part of the facility enhancements, it was deemed necessary to replace core systems throughout the campus that related to life safety and security.


Cracking The Case

Cracking The Case

By Larry Newman

With guidance from JTI Security, a Tulsa-based integrator and Axis partner, the university replaced its end-of-life analog cameras with more than 300 high-resolution, fixed dome and PTZ network cameras from Axis.