Recording on the Educational Campus

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Recording on the Educational Campus

  1. 1. Video Surveillance & Audio Recording on the Educational Campus: Affordable Technology to Prevent, Protect and Prosecute
  2. 2. March, 2010—Angry over a poor performance evaluation, Nathaniel Brown November, 2011—Penn State defensive enters a maintenance building at The Ohio coach Jerry Sandusky is charged with State University and kills building services sexually molesting eight boys (in at leastSeptember, 2009—Yale manager Larry Wallington before turning one instance, on the University campus).University student Annie Le is his gun on himself. The scandal leads to the downfall of Pennmurdered by lab technician State’s president and coaching legend JoeRaymond Clark. Le’s family Paterno.later files a wrongful deathlawsuit. December, 2012—Adam April, 2007—At Lanza, age 20, fatally shoots Virginia Tech, Cho twenty children and six adult Seung-Hui kills 33 staff members, and wounds (including himself) and two, at Sandy Hook Elementary injures many more in a School in Connecticut. After shooting rampage that killing students and staff remains the worst members, Lanza commits shooting in American suicide as first responders history. arrive.
  3. 3. Campuses have their share ofnotorious crime, but…national statistics may surprise you.
  4. 4. National Campus Crime Statistics Arson Car Theft Burglary 2007 Assault 2011 Robbery Sex Offenses Murders 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 Incidence of major crimes on campuses is decreasing. Why?Source: U.S. Department of Education,Office of Post-Secondary Education
  5. 5. BetterEnforcement
  6. 6. BetterEnforcement Better Surveillance
  7. 7. Why Has Surveillance Improved? We see three reasons:
  8. 8. Reason One: Greater Analytics Capabilities at Lower Cost Facial Detection: Finds Asset faces in a scene and Placement/Removal: improves image quality Monitors expensive assets around the face while and/or detects suspicious reducing bit rate in the rest items left behind of the image. Linger/Loiter Detection: Direction/Velocity: Monitors whether Not only detects a person or group intrusions but spends too much allows identification time in a defined of specific area behaviorsImages courtesy of American Dynamics,a Tyco Company
  9. 9. Reason Two: Better Alerting and AccessRemote/Mobile Access:With an internet connection,users can see their cameraviews from a desktop, tabletor mobile device of theirchoice Real-Time Alerts: Surveillance and Video Management Systems can send text or email alerts when specific events occur
  10. 10. Reason Three: Surveillance Is ExpectedIn today’s world, we can be on camera anytime, anywhere.
  11. 11. Audio Recording Can Provide Added Security Campus SecurityCentral Reception/Switchboard Admissions & Student Accounts Protecting students, faculty, staff and the educational organization itself.
  12. 12. Video Surveillance & Audio Recording on the Educational Campus: Protect Students, Faculty, Staff and Visitors
  13. 13. Video Surveillance & Audio Recording on the Educational Campus: Protect Students, Faculty, Staff and Visitors. Prevent Crime and Costly Litigation
  14. 14. Video Surveillance & Audio Recording on the Educational Campus: Protect Students, Faculty, Staff and Visitors. Prevent Crime and Costly Litigation. Prosecute Offenders Should The Worst Happen
  15. 15. Video Surveillance & Audio Recording on the Educational Campus: Protect Students, Faculty, Staff and Visitors. Prevent Crime and Costly Litigation. Prosecute Offenders Should The Worst Happen. For more information: www.soundcommunications.com

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