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Calif. School District Selects Tyco Security Products’ PowerSeries Neo Intrusion Detection System

Tyco Security Products announced on Tuesday that the Travis Unified School District in Fairfield, Calif., has chosen a hybrid PowerSeries Neo intrusion system paired with Alarm.com’s connected services…


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New IP-based security cameras will give administrators the capability to remotely view video footage on mobile devices. SSI Staff · February 15, 2016

With video surveillance cameras coming to school buses in Gunter Independent School District, bus drivers can now focus more on the road and less on maintaining order and safety on the bus. SSI Staff · February 11, 2016

In an effort to improve school security and video surveillance, the Barnstable School District is adopting the Massachusetts Association of School Committee's policy on security cameras on school grounds. SSI Staff · January 12, 2016

Along with special product pricing, the program includes on-going alerting, systems reporting and engineer support. SSI Staff · January 04, 2016

Campus security upgrades are coming to the University of Massachusetts Amherst after a gang rape that occured in one of its residence halls in 2012. SSI Staff · January 04, 2016

The Council of Presidents for public colleges in Florida has asked for $74 million from the state to improve campus security. SSI Staff · December 30, 2015

A Wisconsin school district is improving its safety and security by upgrading its video surveillance system. The upgrade will replace the primarily analog security cameras used in the old system. SSI Staff · December 15, 2015

In an effort to help increase security at schools, MicroPower Technologies will offer its SOLVEIL video surveillance platform to K-12 schools. The company will choose one school each month for the next 10 months through a grant program. SSI Staff · December 02, 2015

The Security Industry Association (SIA) took part in a roundtable discussion held at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy on Nov. 20 to discuss how to provide productive and safe learning environments in schools. SSI Staff · December 02, 2015

When a school becomes safe as a result of metal detectors, is it time to get rid of them? That's the debate going around New York City schools as parents and activists say they are discriminatory toward minority neighborhoods and send a bad message. Meanwhile, other parents and school safety agents warn that the removal of metal detectors will put children and everyone else in the schools at risk. SSI Staff · November 23, 2015




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