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How can electronic security integrators help protect K-12 schools from unauthorized entry? Check out our photo gallery for tips on how to increase security at schools.


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Newark Memorial High School has installed ShotSpotter, which uses microphones to detect a gunshot and can triangulate the shooter’s location. SSI Staff · June 22, 2015

New York City education officials have decided to install 21,000 audible door alarms at schools throughout the city in response to a 2013 incident when an autistic student, who was unable to speak, disappeared from a Queens school and was found dead in a river months later. SSI Staff · June 08, 2015

Nemesis Defense Systems wants to deploy a multipronged system that would spray an active shooter with a yellow dye to distract and mark them. SSI Staff · May 27, 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

Sen. Claire McCaskill will speak on college campus sexual violence at the National Forum June 25. SSI Staff · May 13, 2015

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and Safe Havens International's Michael Dorn will speak at the Chicago Campus Safety Conference July 13-14. SSI Staff · May 11, 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

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

Take a look at seven technologies security systems integrators can offer to education market clients to help deter threats and communicate with the school community in the event of an emergency. By Chrissy Winske · April 30, 2015

Executives from Inovonics share tips to help security integrators offer wireless panic alarms to school and hospital administrators. Jason Knott · April 03, 2015




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