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NCJ Number: 26267 Find in a Library
Title: MODEL SCHOOL SECURITY SYSTEM CUTS CRIME
Journal: SECURITY WORLD  Volume:12  Issue:6  Dated:(JUNE 1975)  Pages:12-13 AND 40-41
Author(s): L W BURTON
Corporate Author: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 4
Sponsoring Agency: Security World Publishing Co, Inc
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Type: Program Description (Model)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF THE PLANNING, METHOD, AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT USE FOR THE PILOT ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA SCHOOL ANTI-ARSON, BURGLARY, AND VANDALISM SYSTEM.
Abstract: THIS SCHOOL SECURITY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT, BEGUN IN 1973, UTILIZES AN AUDIO - INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM WHICH USES THE EXISTING INTERCOM SYSTEM, CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION, DIRECT TELEPHONE COMPANY 'HOT LINES' TO THE POLICE, AND A NEIGHBORHOOD SCHOOL TROUBLE REPORTING TELEPHONE.
Index Term(s): Arson; Burglary; Closed circuit television (CCTV); Model programs; School security; School vandalism; Security surveillance systems; Surveillance equipment; Virginia
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