Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine Digital Edition - September October 2019

September/October 2019

  • SECURITY TECHNOLOGY IS A TOP PRIORITY
  • HERO UNIT PROVIDES SCHOOL SECURITY
  • CONFRONTING ACTIVE SHOOTERS
  • TEACHING EVOLUTION
  • RUN, HIDE AND LET LAW ENFORCEMENT FIGHT


Cover Story

Security Technology is a Top Priority

Security Technology is a Top Priority

By Ralph C. Jensen

Detroit schools have been faced with similar security issues as other schools nationwide. In the 2010-11 school year, a technology push was put in place, particularly at the high school level.


Features

Perimeter Protection

Perimeter Protection

By Bruce Canal

Public perception of school security tends to lag a little behind the times. For many, the idea calls to mind sash-wearing hall monitors, or perhaps a single school resource officer stationed near a high-traffic hallway.


Run, Hide and Let Law Enforcement Fight

By Ralph C. Jensen


How police departments and integrators can come together in partnerships for the well-being of their communities

A Crucial Collaboration

By Kaitlyn DeHaven

There are two essential components to effective school safety—security systems and police response.


Intelligent Campuses Require An Advanced Security Strategy

Intelligent Campuses Require An Advanced Security Strategy

By Jeffrey Lewis

Although you may immediately think of educational facilities when someone says the word “campus,” these environments can also be found across a host of other vertical markets, including healthcare, government and business enterprises.


Meeting Today’s School Safety Challenges

Meeting Today’s School Safety Challenges

By Michael Sander, Tom Strasburger

Sustaining a safe environment for students and staff is—or at least should be—a key priority for all school districts. However, without a comprehensive plan in place, this can be a challenging endeavor.


Confronting Active Shooters

By Thomas W. Connell II

Today’s schools, businesses and healthcare campuses are employing indoor shot detection to reduce or eliminate delays and errors common in victim- or witness-initiated responses to active shooter incidents. Adding this technology to a campus life safety system can help shorten the duration of an active shooter event.


Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - September October 2019

    September/October 2019

    Featuring:

    • Security Technology is a Top Priority
    • HERO Unit Provides School Security
    • Confront Active Shooters
    • Run, Hide, and Let Law Enforcement Fight

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