With the increasing violence in education, protecting students and faculty through the use of security has become a high priority for all institutions that deal with education. Peak performance from your security systems and equipment helps assure that the learning environment is comfortable, safe, and productive which leads to student achievement. Dakota Security Systems understands that you face unique challenges and can limit your vulnerability to risks by addressing the following items:

  • Vandalism
  • Truancy
  • Protection of Children
  • Assault
  • Drug Prevention
  • Sexual Assault
  • Access Control
  • Theft
  • Liability Claims
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Surveillance
  • Parental Peace of Mind

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S2 Security Introduces S2 Mobile Security Officer S2 Security Introduces S2 Mobile Security Officer (Sep 26, 2014)

Framingham, Mass. – September 26, 2014 – S2 Security, the leader in IP-based integrated physical security systems, today announced the introduction of S2 Mobile Security OfficerTM, a revolutionary tablet app that makes security departments more effective. With S2 Mobile Security … Continue reading

Manage Campus Security With Integrated Solutions Manage Campus Security With Integrated Solutions (Sep 15, 2014)

A rash of incidents on college and hospital campuses has placed security technology in the spotlight. Video surveillance, intercoms, access control, mass notification and blue light phones are all staples of campus security. But are healthcare and academic institutions using these … Continue reading

Weatherproof Your Equipment Weatherproof Your Equipment (Aug 26, 2014)

The days of security systems guarding primarily against theft, vandalism and violence are long gone; instead, camera systems are mostly to protect companies against liabilities such as accidents and negligence. Another major change in the last decade has been the … Continue reading

FCC Approves $2 Billion Boost For Wi-Fi In Schools FCC Approves $2 Billion Boost For Wi-Fi In Schools (Aug 25, 2014)

The Federal Communications Commission approved a plan to spend $2 billion to boost wireless Internet connectivity in U.S. schools and libraries during the next two years. “We’re at a watershed moment,” FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said during a hearing in Washington today … Continue reading

Important Consideration for Video Surveillance Important Consideration for Video Surveillance (Aug 21, 2014)

A professional security system has the potential to make your organization more secure while reducing the possibility of theft and vandalism. One way to make sure you’re detecting crime and suspicious activity at the highest level is by selecting a system … Continue reading