Archive for December, 2012

04 Dec 2012

Guardly Partners With Desire2Learn To Bring Campus Safety Features To The Blackboard Competitor

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  Interesting article posted on Techcrunch.com. Guardly partners to bring change. Guardly is already a maker of personal safety apps and is taking it even further. Guardly is teaming up with code blue and this is big. They are working with one of the biggest names in campus security. John Sookman Guardly couldn’t be happier. This […]

04 Dec 2012

Massachusetts schools introduce new security cameras in public areas – Are they value for money?

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Check out this article on Wickedlocal.com. Massachusetts schools introduce new security cameras in public areas. However are they worth the money? Yes, these cameras will make it safer for teachers and students. With this added safety it will give everyone on campus a sense of peace. This peace will allow teachers, employees, and students to get […]

04 Dec 2012

Surveillance Photos Released of Kidnapping, Robbery & Carjacking Suspect #DailyDumb

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Check out this blog post on Claycord.com. Surveillance photos have been released of kidnapping, robbery and carjacking suspects who were not the brightest sparks in class. Ok first off the picture’s were taken by an ATM surveillance. It seems that suspects Aubrey and Dave aren’t so bright. While committing all these crimes they failed to smile […]

04 Dec 2012

Florida electrical worker attacked while in New York helping restore power for Sandy victims – NY Daily News

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on Nydailynews.com. In an effort to help with the restoration of normalcy to the lives of hurricane Sandy victims, a Florida electrical worker had come to New York to provide aid. He was attacked by an unknown assailant for unknown reasons, and has been hospitalized. Police are reviewing […]

04 Dec 2012

Lauren Spierer disappearance generates campus safety ideas at Indiana University

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Check out this article on Indystar.com. The mysterious disapearance of a student on the campus of Indiana University has prompted many discussions on how to improve campus safety. The coed student disappeared one night and no one knows what happened. Safety can be improved through better lighting, communication devices and students being aware of their surroundings. […]

04 Dec 2012

Retired police officer leading afety program focusing on kids building character

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Just read this on Martinsvillebulletin.com. A retired police officer is leading a safety program about thinking and mentoring kids. With so much bad news surrounding cops these days this is great news story. Retired police officer Lenny Noel was hired in early 2012 as a counselor at a school. Mr. Noel has been speaking at […]

04 Dec 2012

Anonymous holds school district website hostage over student tracking

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on Examiner.com. The hacktivist group Anonymous has again raised eyebrows by hacking Texas’ Northside Independent School District’s website. Anonymous carried out the attack because of the district’s attempts to track student’s movements at all hours of the day by requiring them to wear RFID enabled school ID’s that […]

04 Dec 2012

Xerox facilitates fingerprint identification for low-income parents in Mississippi daycares

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Here’s an article worth a read posted on Biometricupdate.com. Xerox a leader in the bio metric and scanning systems are partners with day care centers in Mississippi, Louisiana and south Dakota to help prevent fraud and to help with overall security. Parents dropping their children off at daycare will have there fingers scanned to match […]