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Break-ins at Cemetery Prompts Security Changes

A string of vehicle break-ins prompted Graceland Memorial Park South cemetery to boost security.

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A string of vehicle break-ins prompted Graceland Memorial Park South cemetery to boost security. SSI Staff · September 04, 2015

Following an attack at the Dallas Police Department's Jack Evans Police Headquarters, the city of Dallas has decided to upgrade security at the facility. SSI Staff · August 05, 2015

The Havurah Shir Hadash has installed video surveillance cameras and panic buttons following the violent attack at Emanuel AME in Charleston, S.C. SSI Staff · July 06, 2015

The Department of Homeland Security has given a $75,000 grant to Temple Israel of Great Neck. The temple will install access control and video surveillance solutions. SSI Staff · June 26, 2015

Craighead County (Ark.) officials will use grant money to add video surveillance cameras and access control systems at courthouses in an effort deter criminal activity. SSI Staff · June 24, 2015

Pacific Gas & Electric has hired a new security firm to protect one of its substations after a string of security breaches that have cost the utility millions of dollars in damages. SSI Staff · December 02, 2014

A year after a man was shot and killed in the Toronto-based Yorkdale Mall parking lot, mall personnel have installed a $3.4 million system, which includes 29-megapixel surveillance cameras that provide a 360-degree view. SSI Staff · March 22, 2014

Total Recall Corp., a New York-based video-centric systems integrator, hosted an early morning media tour on Wednesday at the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island to showcase its security installations at the historic sites. November 20, 2013

A drop-off in system reliability and rise in high-profile violence at sports venues were in play as the San Francisco 49ers called a security audible and upgraded Candlestick Park’s over-the-hill video surveillance system. Integrator and end user explain how the migration to a networked solution has created a safer and more efficient game-day experience. By Scott Goldfine · December 15, 2011

The initial scope of the current project includes the design and implementation of a state-of-the-art video surveillance system for the main hospital, a new parking garage and three research buildings, one of which is located approximately five miles away from the main campus. May 18, 2010


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