JOPLIN, Mo.—Dennis Manley has closely followed the devastation inflicted by the Level 5 tornado that tore through Moore, Okla., this week, particularly the extensive damage sustained by Moore Medical Center.
WASHINGTON—The Security Industry Association has expanded its fight for school security funding, taking the issue to the House and asking the Senate to consider a stand-alone bill after grant money was denied during the debate over gun control.
HAGERSTOWN, Md.—A surveillance system operated by the Hagerstown Police Department soon will have "smart-camera" technology featuring motion-activated capabilities and will allow officers to view more than 100 cameras on laptop computers in their cruisers, according to an
HARRISBURG, Pa.—In the wake of Kutztown University's decision to lift its ban on firearms, the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has directed a task force to take a closer look at the issue, according to an article from the Intelligencer Journal, a newspaper b
OKLAHOMA CITY—All employees of High Tech Tronics, a PSA Security systems integrator based here, survived the May 20 tornado, but one employee lost his home, CEO Marc Bradley told Security Systems News.
YARMOUTH, Maine—What can a school do when a monstrous EF5 tornado is barreling down upon it, packing winds of at least 200 mph? Follow through on what should already have been practiced many times, school security experts say.