School District Representative
When considering the acquisition and deployment of a District-Wide surveillance system, the core question needs to be, “Has the need for reliable delivery of live and recorded surveillance video become essential for keeping students and faculty safe?” In most cases, the answer is yes. In the YouTube age, when seeing is believing and video evidence reigns supreme, the forensic applications speak for themselves. However, innovative School Districts also rely on technological innovations to reduce operational expenses and improve delivery of services.
When students are on campus, their safety is job #1. Security cameras help administrators examine behaviors and determine best practices for addressing repeated concerns and threats to keeping students safe.
Critical Response Plan
Emergency events on school campuses can be tragic, especially if there is no live or forensic record of events to help first responders or investigators. A critical response plan should include methods of alerting campus security personnel and administrators, where cameras are positioned and actioned to capture perimeter intrusion violations as well as criminal behavior.
Loss Damage Mitigation
Reducing liability for damages to persons and property is an important component to any Campus Safety plan. Students and faculty are exposed to liability issues, often through accusations of others. Vehicle parking and campus pathways offer additional exposure. Campus Security cameras can offer exoneration and clarification during investigative efforts.
With DETECT’s new Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS), a school district can afford some of the latest state-of-the-art surveillance technology available by making a simple monthly payment. With this service, there is no capital investment, and the equipment is routinely serviced and maintained by DETECT’s highly trained and experienced technicians.