FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—In her seven years as director of public safety, security and communications at Miami International Airport, Lauren Stover has worked to get all security stakeholders communicating with each other.
OAKLAND, Calif.—The Bay Area Rapid Transit board of directors has voted to spend $3.1 million in security upgrades for its police communications center and computer systems so that central command can respond more rapidly to crimes and disturbances, according to a KCBS-TV
WILTON, Conn.—The Connecticut Association of Independent Schools organized a security summit within 48 hours of last month's deadly school shootings in Newton, Conn., and the conference sold out within 48 hours of being advertised.
WASHINGTON—Debra Evans Smith, the FBI's acting assistant director in charge of its Washington field office, said the FBI will have specialized personnel ready to meet any security challenge at the presidential inauguration on Monday.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Port Everglades, one of the busiest cruise ports in the world, the leading container port in Florida and the state's primary seaport for receiving petroleum products, will soon have a new situation management and security system.
WASHINGTON--The fiscal cliff has been averted. But the vertigo it induced is still being felt on Capitol Hill, with school security thrown into the budget mix as the 113th Congress got down to business in January.
Brian Johnson, responsible for video surveillance for the large Escambia, Fla., School District, speaks to Amy Canfield, managing editor of Security Director News, about his approach to school safety and how he's successfully tied in local law enforcement.