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Red Hawk backs new National Sport Security Lab

September 6, 2017Paul Ragusa

BOCA RATON, Fla.—Red Hawk Fire & Security, a provider of fire, life safety and security services based here, is providing resources and integrated systems expertise as a charter donor for the command and control center at the new National Sport Security Laboratory (NSSL) at the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. The lab officially opened on Sept. 1, bringing to life NCS4's vision to be the world's...

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MicroPower gets NCS4 approval

July 15, 2014SSN Staff

SAN DIEGO—Wireless video surveillance provider MicroPower Technologies, based here, announced July 8 that its solar, wireless surveillance system has achieved a positive evaluation by the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4). NCS4 officials evaluate a variety of solutions to determine how specific technologies can help solve security issues, such as crowd monitoring, tailgating issues and event management, in and around facilities that host spectator sports. The MicroPower...

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Sports and Security

August 13, 2013Amy Canfield

HATTIESBURG, Miss.—Open-access sporting event security was an especially hot topic at the recent fourth annual National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition.That topic came in the wake of the bombings at the April 2013 Boston Marathon. “There are different challenges, same principles,” NCS4 Director Dr. Lou Marciani told Security Director NewsThe NCS4 July conference drew a record number of participants and exhibitors to its conference, Marciani said. More than 500...

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