In order to protect and serve communities and ensure that criminals are brought to justice, law enforcement officers often need to carry assets that are either dangerous, such as firearms, or sensitive, such as mobile devices with stored evidentiary information. Keeping these assets out of the wrong hands is vital to ensuring that judiciary procedure is followed, and people are not endangered by dangerous weaponry or hazardous materials. Employing an asset management solution can help in several ways to make sure that law enforcement possessions are tracked and secured.
In the last decade, mobile devices have fundamentally changed our day-to-day lives. Both in business and in our personal lives, mobile devices have reshaped how we work, play, shop, and perform daily tasks. We can use mobile devices to run our houses, order taxis and buy our groceries, and they are our main form of communication today. However, carrying expensive technology with us can create some serious risks, requiring new security policies to ensure the safety of these important devices.
There are many different technologies that have been developed over time to track important assets, each with a variety of benefits to best fit your business’ needs. It can be difficult, however, to determine which tracking technology is the best fit. Let’s take a deeper look into the common tracking devices you may consider.
A stadium environment is a complex one, with varied areas of security, multiple services provided in different areas of the arena, tiered accesses for VIPs, talent, staff, and others, and of course, the huge crowds that sports, concerts, and other events draw. Properly securing every area of a stadium, while also ensuring that appropriate access is efficiently granted to authorized persons, is a massive undertaking for stadium security, that can create big security risks. Below are some common challenges faced in a stadium or arena facility:
ASIS 2017, bringing together the best and brightest in the security industry, was recently held in Dallas. Keynote speakers from all walks of life—from former President George W. Bush to billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban—discussed the evolution of security and the challenges that organizations face when trying to best protect people, businesses, and assets from risk and harm. Over 500 exhibitors showcased the latest evolutions of security technology, and over 22,000 members of the security industry attended the convention, sharing ideas, solutions, and new insights that will help to improve the industry as a whole. Here are five takeaways from this year’s show: