Archive for October, 2012

31 Oct 2012

Self-Expiring Visitor Badges – Are They Worth the Cost and Full Proof?

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With fraud and crime an ever present threat it’s important that your business remains as secure as it can be at all times. One of the best ways of doing this is by knowing exactly who is on your premises at any given time. ID cards are regularly given to visitors, staff and clients in [...]

30 Oct 2012

Court Of Justice Quote

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I can’t remember who said this quote, whether it came from a movie or not, but I like it and think it speaks to some of the frustrations that anyone in the justice system feels when they see people taking their rights for granted. The perfect court of justice quote if ever I saw one. [...]

29 Oct 2012

Are Campus ID Cards Easy To Fake?

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These days, the majority of campuses have a plan in place where all students can use just one ID card for several functions. Whether that be to gain access to certain areas of a complex or building, school meal program, transportation or to pay for goods in certain stores. They perform an important function in [...]

19 Oct 2012

Scout Willis completes 2 days’ community service for underage drinking after using fake ID

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The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore got two days of community service after allegedly being caught with an alcoholic beverage which was obtained by the under aged stars daughter using a fake ID. The judge decided to give Scout Willis probation opposed to receiving jail time. Scout Willis was 20 years old when [...]

19 Oct 2012

Ex-student claims beating at Norwich Free Academy, sues

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A former student of the Norwich Free Academy claims she was assaulted by security staff while attending the academy. The student reported that she was treated for an indecent and repeatedly assaulted in back of May 2010 and is now coming forward for something to be done. She has filed suit against the academy and [...]

19 Oct 2012

Antioch school board candidates discuss ballot initiatives, safety at forum

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Antioch School Board is trying to figure out a way to discuss ballot initiatives and other issues at the next convention in November. Several propositions are being reviewed such as the benefits of proposition 30 and attempts to regain structure should that proposition fail. The Antioch School Board will be working with local law enforcement [...]

19 Oct 2012

Good use of ID cards – Minnesota considers electronic tickets

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The University of Minnesota looks to be the next school in the line up to receive the new electronic tickets which are becoming very popular at universities. These electronic tickets replace the hard copy print out and actually eliminate the line or pick up process. A few Universities are concerned about software compatibility when it [...]

19 Oct 2012

If you’re a member of a school crisis team you should read this story about a team on call after family tragedy in Herndon

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A tragedy struck a neighborhood where a 57 year old family man allegedly killed his wife and their two children. Residents of the neighborhood were shocked and some in disbelief. Counseling groups feel they have a new challenge as far as helping students affected at the near by public school understand and provide help for [...]

19 Oct 2012

19 school districts take part in anti-bullying program – Action is always important on this issue

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Several School through out the country are now taking part in a new program which promotes anti-bullying. Faculty of the districts which are participating now are more aware of the signs of bullying and those who are being bullied. With this program in place through out the 19 districts, School staff is confident in helping [...]

18 Oct 2012

Interesting article which Explores Connecticut College’s crime stats for 2011

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Connecticut Colleges face scrutiny as their college crime rate records show that there has been several incidents that have happened in or around the colleges. Crime include but not limited to Alcohol violations, Drugs, Burglaries etc. From 2009 to 2011 the records show that crime is up and it also involves bias crimes on campus. [...]