School System Video Surveillance: How to Tackle Low Light Performance

If you’re a school administrator, you want your equipment to work no matter what. It doesn’t matter what the conditions are – even if they’re challenging. It’s like a new flashlight. You want it to work when it first comes out of the package – and you want it to work several months later when it’s cold, wet, and dark, even if you’ve dropped it a few times. Because we rely on our tools and equipment to function when we need them.
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Is Your School Security Up to Date?

Get out the horns and hats, it’s time to celebrate some good news. A recent article in Security Magazine provides some highlights of the 19th annual publication of the Indicators of School Crime and Safety 2016, produced jointly by the National Center for Education Statistics, in the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences, and the Bureau of Justice Statistics in the U.S. Department of Justice. The report indicates that crime in our nation’s schools and on secondary education campuses has declined over the past two decades.
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Protect Your Company’s Assets during Extreme Weather Conditions

Indiana has its share of extreme weather throughout the year. Thunderstorms that produce rain, floods, lightning, and wind. High temperatures that can overload the electrical grid. Winter storms that bring cold, snow, and ice. These weather-related elements can negatively impact the safety, security, and productivity of your business – costing you money.

Now, if you’re thinking, “But I can’t control the weather,” you’re right. But you can’t just hope for the best when it comes to extreme weather conditions either. Because Mother Nature will strike when you least expect it. Therefore, it’s absolutely necessary to plan ahead to minimize your business risks.

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How to Prevent Fear from Reducing Productivity in Your Workplace

According to a recent article in Security Magazine, an international study based on mathematical principles suggests that “fear of crime is contagious, and can quickly spread among residents of even low-crime communities.” By extension, communities can include workplaces and the residents become your workers.
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