Cameras & Surveillance

Regarding school security, it’s important that we see facial recognition as a tool, rather than as a panacea. Technology needs to be thoughtfully incorporated into a larger plan for it be effective.

School Safety

How to Effectively Utilize Facial Recognition for School Security

It’s been one year since St. Therese Catholic Academy in Seattle made the decision to adopt facial recognition technology as one of their security tools — here’s what they've experienced since doing so.

School Safety

Michigan SD Upgrades Security with Police Grant

The $132,545 grant will be used to install 102 new security cameras throughout the district, with 48 being installed at Pontiac High School.

Safety & Security

Security Measures Added to Colorado Schools Through DHS Grant

Weld RE-5J School District in Johnstown, Colorado received a grant totaling nearly $350,000 from the Department of Homeland Security to overhaul its security system at two schools.

Safety & Security

Madison SD Installs Electronic Door Locks, Internet-Based Phones to Enhance Safety

Madison Metropolitan School District installed electronic locks and internet-based phones with increased functionality as part of an upgraded district-wide security plan.

Campus Safety

High School District to Pump $600k into Smarter Surveillance System

The board of a California school system has approved funding to replace legacy security camera gear. West Sonoma County Union High School District awarded the $602,948 contract to Integrated Security Controls, a regional solution provider.

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Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

The Future of School Security

From stronger but less intrusive safety measures and “shut-down” protocols to juggling varying degrees of clearance in a complex environment, schools and airports share many of the same challenges and goals in public security.

school cooridor

Healthy, Safe Schools

K-12 school environments can cause illness and injuries. What schools must do to prevent these problems.

Spotlight on Intelligent Buildings

The learning curve for understanding and utilizing intelligent buildings can be steep—a fact Dale Klein of Parallel Technologies is well aware of. Having seen the rise and development of intelligent buildings in the K-12 education space, Dale speaks with the magazine about some of the general and K-12-specific elements of intelligent buildings and how the technologies are progressing.

school safety

Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

Keeping Students Safe

Today's world can be a dangerous for students, teachers and administrators. Here are some thoughts about preparing for the worst.

Video Surveillance

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Protecting 25,000 Student in Today's World

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Cranston High School Identifies Security Solution and Saves Money Using Cooperative Purchasing

Find out how this high school took advantage of a cooperative contract to implement a comprehensive security solution that fit their budget and prepared them for future expansion.

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Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

School Security Technology Has Learned a Lot

From cameras to personal emergency communications devices, today's school security technology is better than ever.

Louroe Aggression and Gunshot Detector

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Better Security Solutions for a Safer School

Physical Access Control Systems

Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

For Best Results, Follow the Directions

Here's what the experts have to say about what constitutes effective physical access control systems and ensuring that your systems work together to achieve the best results.

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