Safety

Report On Penn State Child Sex Abuse Scandal To Be Released Thursday

The Freeh report on Pennsylvania State University's child sex abuse scandal will be released at 9 a.m. on Thursday, school officials said Wednesday.

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2 Killed In Crane Collapse At University Of Texas At Dallas In Richardson

A construction crane at the University of Texas at Dallas collapsed Saturday afternoon, killing two construction workers.

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Gamewell-FCI Broadens Wide Area Communications To New Industry Heights

Gamewell-FCI by Honeywell announces more advanced outdoor Wide Area emergency communications capabilities that integrate seamlessly with its E3 Series® fire alarm and emergency communications systems.

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EmergenSee Personal Security System

EmergenSee Streams Real Time Video, Audio and GPS Locations and Movements to your Contacts and / or Campus Public Safety so they can see and hear what is going on while Sending Help to the student's exact location. Even if the Phone is Destroyed during an incident, All data transmitted is stored on secured servers and can be used as evidence later if needed.

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Moving Toward Ever Safer Campuses

As in any community, there will always be incidents of crime on campus. While the cause is unknown, in many categories of campus crime, the number of arrests went down between 2007 and 2009. Add unified security systems to the mix, and response to crime can be swifter and the number of victims can potentially be minimized even further.

CASE STUDY: Unified Security at the University of Miami

When Scott G. Burnotes arrived at the University of Miami, he found multiple, separate systems for emergency notifications. A third-party vendor handled texting, emailing, and phone calls; sirens had been set up around campus; and some web-based notifications were utilized.

“Their focus was on continuing to build a multimodal method of communication for all types of emergencies,” recalls Burnotes, Miami’s director of emergency management.

Unified Security

Increasing efficiencies and limiting liabilities through more integrated and comprehensive security technologies, policies, and procedures

Then:

The lecture had run late, and on top of that the sophomore biology major had joined a couple of friends for a cup of coffee afterward to kick around the speaker’s provocative ideas. It was well after midnight when he made it back across campus to his residence hall, where he noticed a side door that was ajar.

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