SILVER SPRING, Md.—Jay Hauhn, chairman of the board of directors for the Security Industry Association, sent a letter to President Barack Obama urging “a comprehensive solution” concerning security in the nation’s schools, according to a statement from SIA.
NEW YORK—MSA Security, a provider of high consequence threat protection and specialized training for corporate and government clients, is hosting a free symposium to help school officials better understand and address an active shooter threat, according to a statement fr
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.—Professional Security Consultants and Design is being sued by Knox County and the Public Building Authority for allegedly installing faulty security systems throughout the Knox County School System, according to a report by the News Sentinel, a newspaper
FAIRFAX, Va.—General Dynamics Information Technology was awarded a $27 million contract by the city of Los Angeles to enhance the closed-circuit television and video management system at the Los Angeles International Airport, according to a company statement.
FAIRPORT, N.Y.—Bosch Security Systems, a developer of security and life safety solutions based here, trained nearly 8,500 customers in North America in 2012 through its Security and Communications Training Academy, according to a company statement.
MELVILLE, N.Y.—Honeywell has teamed up with Opower, a utility solutions company, to introduce new technology that will attract homeowners to programs that curb demand for electricity, according to a report from cleantechnica.com.
LOCKPORT, Ill.—Cross Points Sales, based here, recently purchased the assets of Electronic Systems, a systems integrator based in Orland Park, Ill., according to a statement from the Davis Group, which facilitated the purchase.