Research firm IHS Inc. is forecasting strong growth for security equipment in schools throughout the United States for the next several years. IHS estimates the market size for security equipment in schools to reach $634 million this year and is expected to surpass $720 million by 2014.
December 10, 2013
Kristen Strausbaugh, principal of All Saints Catholic School, speaks with SSI
Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine about budgets for school security, the security issues she has on her campus and technology she would like to see implemented on her campus in the future.
Scott Goldfine · December 08, 2013
Editor-in-Chief speaks with Camtronics President Mark Wellman discusses installing a unique video surveillance and lockdown solution at Canton, Mich.-based All Saints Catholic School, as well as security funding challenges for schools.
Scott Goldfine · December 06, 2013
Canton Police Department Deputy Chief Scott Hilden discusses electronic security helps law enforcement accomplish its public safety mission in this exclusive Q&A.
Scott Goldfine · December 04, 2013
A Michigan-based Catholic school is providing a beacon of light amid the dark shadow that continues to loom over educational institutions a year after the Sandy Hook massacre. A unique video surveillance and lockdown solution has been introduced that directly alerts the local police command center for faster, potentially lifesaving response time.
By Scott Goldfine · December 01, 2013
Napco Security Technologies of Amityville, N.Y., releases the school access control vulnerability index (SAVI), an informative evaluation tool created utilizing input from dozens of security experts in numerous fields/disciplines, according to the company.
SSI Staff · November 19, 2013
STANLEY Security has started a $500,000 grant program to help schools nationwide enhance security on campus.
September 18, 2013
The ASIS Foundation will donate $42,000 to Spencer Technology Academy (STA) after designating the institution as the winner of its 2013 School Security Funding Competition.
September 17, 2013
The University of Kentucky is investing $5 million to renovate decades-old standalone legacy systems. A unified security management platform serves as the linchpin, tying together video surveillance, access control credentials and emergency call stations into a centralized security system. Find out how the integrator is leading a highly coordinated project to make it all happen.
By Rodney Bosch · September 08, 2013
What are the associate vice president for campus safety and security for the University of Texas at Austin's security concerns?
September 01, 2013