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School Safety

  Posted on: Monday, April 1, 2019
Do Security Cameras Really Make Campuses Safer?
Robin Hattersley-Gray Campus Safety
According to Campus Safety magazine’s 2016 Video Surveillance Survey, more than nine out of 10 schools, universities and hospitals deploy security cameras on their campuses.

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