Security Dealer & Integrator

SEP 2018

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38 Security Dealer & Integrator / September 2018 © BigStock Each integrator has experience helping secure public and private college and university campuses within their regions, including, respectively, Penn State University, the University of Florida and the University of Virginia. SD&I: Overall, how would you rate college/ university administrators' handling of security? Demus Oxford: ey are doing more than they were yesterday, and that's a good thing. Recent campus shootings have focused them more on planning for major emergencies, but I know they are talking more oen with other campus administrators to share best overall security practices. Also, I see them being more willing to look at and accept new technologies. T hough rare, an active shooter at a college or university is a nightmare for a campus administrator. But while they prepare for the worst, campuses must also be ready for the crimes and security events that occur daily. What are campus security teams doing to protect people and property? What security tools are they using, and how do they handle the big events such as football games and concerts? SD&I recently focused on these and other pressing questions with owners of three Security 101 integrators: • Mike Dorrian of Security 101 – Pittsburgh; • Rich Montalvo of Security 101 – Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Palm Beach and Tampa; and • Demus Oxford of Security 101 – Richmond (Va.). Integrator Roundtable: University Campus Security How security integrators provide service and trusted advice to this important vertical By Paul Rothman Back to School SECURITY

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