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Petrow Becomes First Woman to Be Named President of CSAA

Pam Petrow, CEO of Vector Security, will lead the Central Station Alarm Association through October 2017.



Learn which technological innovations are providing systems contractors with smoother, more cost-efficient installations while creating increased value for the end customer. Security Sales & Integration’s 10th annual Fire Market Report also includes exclusive fire/life-safety research from the 2014 Installation Business Report. By Chris Woodcock · May 05, 2015

Security cameras at Tulsa, Okla.-based Peace Academy, an Islamic private school, caught three youths spending hours vandalizing the school’s property. SSI Staff · May 05, 2015

Market niches of all types share the same concerns about improving the user experience with solutions that are simple and convenient. SSI Staff · May 05, 2015

Imprivata says the deal will help it expand in the growing patient identification market, which Imprivata estimates to be worth $2 billion worldwide. SSI Staff · May 05, 2015

Stanley Security will provide installation of security systems, as well as accompanied support services, at each of Arizona State University's primary campuses, as well as satellite campuses in Washington, D.C. and Santa Monica, Calif. SSI Staff · May 05, 2015

With more burglars hacking and jamming alarm systems, security dealers need to address this threat to ensure that the central station receives signals from wireless systems. Mark Matlock · May 04, 2015

Pam Petrow, CEO of Vector Security, will lead the Central Station Alarm Association through October 2017. SSI Staff · May 04, 2015

All Los Angeles Police Department officers will be equipped with body cameras. The new policy, which allows officers to review video footage before writing their reports or giving statements to internal investigators, has raised eyebrows from several groups, such as the American Civil Liberties Union. SSI Staff · May 04, 2015

Video surveillance from a privately-owned security camera shows the Baltimore Police Department van transporting Freddie Gray making a second stop, which officers failed to mention to authorities. SSI Staff · May 04, 2015

City officials in Pekin, Ill., want high resolution video surveillance footage made available to police for investigative purposes. SSI Staff · May 04, 2015




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