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Video surveillance footage shows the moment right before an Amtrak train crashed in Philadelphia. The derailment has resulted in the deaths of seven people and the injuries of more than 200 individuals. SSI Staff · May 13, 2015

Skyline Technology Solutions will maintain and service more than 2,000 security cameras in the Harford County Public Schools district. SSI Staff · May 13, 2015

The new facilities will be located at Avigilon’s offices in Vancouver, Boston and Dallas. SSI Staff · May 11, 2015

Officials in Paradise Valley, Ariz., have installed video surveillance cameras inside fake cactus plants as a license plate tracking system. SSI Staff · May 11, 2015

At PSA-TEC, the PSA Security Network’s Technical Committee facilitated several dozen industry professionals sharing thoughts, experiences, concerns and opportunities associated with four different technology areas. Scott Goldfine · May 09, 2015

Selling solutions rather than products, cultivating recurring revenue, contending with cyber threats and recruiting talent were among the hottest topics at the PSA Security Network’s 2015 TEC event. Scott Goldfine · May 08, 2015

Security cameras at Australia-based Hamilton Base Hospital caught a koala bear strolling through the facility’s emergency room. SSI Staff · May 06, 2015

Insurance company State Farm has awarded the Louisiana Fire Marshal’s Office with a $15,000 grant to purchase video surveillance cameras to help fire investigators solve arson cases. SSI Staff · May 06, 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

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




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