Key Enhancements

Facilities Management, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Doors have locks, of course—both traditional and electronic locks. For years, at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, creating the keys and access cards to allow staff to get into offices, laboratories, classrooms, and residence halls was a completely manual and time-consuming task: Users printed a hard copy of a request form, filled it out, passed it along for an approval signature, and sent it via campus mail to facilities management.

Naval War College Remembers 9/11 Victims

Retired Navy Lt. Kevin Shaeffer and his colleagues at the Pentagon's Navy Command Center had only just begun to digest news of the World Trade Center attack on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001 -- less than an hour earlier -- when the center itself exploded in a ball of flame.

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Safety Forum Suggests Old Dominion U Students, Neighbors Keep Talking

Students, landlords, police and nearby residents called for improved safety and stronger student-community partnerships around Old Dominion University on Thursday night.

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Pelco Device Utility 2 The Fast Track to IP Camera Management

Pelco by Schneider Electric is pleased to announce its powerful network device installation tool, Device Utility 2, is now included with every Pelco IP camera and available to download. With advanced capabilities, Device Utility 2 software enables a fast track to efficient management of IP cameras and devices. This free utility allows users to set and adjust multiple IP addresses at once making managing multiple IP addresses hassle-free in one simple step.

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California School Adopts UNH's Bystander Campaign

Part of the University of New Hampshire's nationally recognized sexual violence prevention program has been adopted by the University of California at Merced.

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University Hill Neighbors Push Boulder For More Police Enforcement

Boulder's registered-party system -- under which students give police a heads-up about their gathering and in turn get a warning about noise complaints before the party is shut down -- is widely considered a success by city, police and university officials.

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California Professor Leads a Methamphetamine Ring, the Police Say

For nearly a decade Stephen Kinzey worked as a professor of kinesiology, the study of human movement, at California State University, San Bernardino. A few students complained online that he showed up late for class and could lose his focus. But that was about it.

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Student Safety Given Priority At University of Michigan After Sex Assaults

On a hot, busy Friday as thousands of students settled into their new homes for the academic year, the police chiefs of Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan were handing out public safety literature.

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When Law Takes Effect, Guns Will Be Legal On University of Wisconsin Campuses, But Not In Buildings

Come November, Badger fans may tailgate while armed but will still be forbidden from bringing their guns inside stadiums, classrooms or any other buildings at the flagship UW-Madison campus and the University of Wisconsin System's 26 campuses statewide, officials confirmed Thursday.

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