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Video Surveillance Cameras Help Police in Pa. Arrest Suspected Killer

Thanks to video surveillance cameras in Harrisburg, Pa., a suspected killer is behind bars. The security camera footage helped police identify 19-year-old Shamir Hunter.


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On-campus security personnel cannot be everywhere. They're only human, after all. Campuses could benefit substantially from license plate recognition technology that helps to keep tabs on visitors to the campuses and so much more. By John Chigos · May 31, 2016

Speco Technologies showed off the latest edition of its Flexible Intensifier Technology cameras at ISC West. Stephen Sellner · May 27, 2016

Check out the most notable moments in video surveillance from the past week, including a little boy confronting an armed robber and a man losing his mind when he gets to a restaurant shortly after it stopped serving food. Stephen Sellner · May 27, 2016

ComNet, a manufacturer of fiber optic transmission and networking equipment, introduces a three-port media converter, the CNMC2+1SFP/M. SSI Staff · May 24, 2016

The rep firms will cover Northwest California and the Mountain region territories, and the Southeast region. SSI Staff · May 23, 2016

Hyper-converged infrastructure is driving significant disruption in enterprise data center server and storage, and this trend is poised to greatly benefit physical security and video surveillance solutions in the very near future. By Brandon Reich · May 23, 2016

Theia offers a select range of wide-angle and telephoto lenses that are designed for 5-megapixel and 4K cameras. SSI Staff · May 23, 2016

While residents are taking full advantage of the rebate program for security cameras, the same cannot be said for businesses. Stephen Sellner · May 23, 2016

Watch all of the moments caught on video surveillance, including shocking footage of an elderly store clerk being put in a choke-hold while being robbed. Stephen Sellner · May 20, 2016

To combat the never-ending cycle of gang violence in Chicago, Ald. Ray Lopez proposes offering $200 rebates to homeowners for the installation of their own security cameras if the residents allow the Chicago Police Department to add the camera to their video surveillance network. Stephen Sellner · May 20, 2016




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