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ICU Technologies’ Mission
Always Focus On People
Nobody Should Feel Fear
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Who We Serve
Cities, counties, and special districts share a duty to provide for their citizens and employees. This includes keeping people from harm at the hands of criminals in public spaces, preserving safety in the workplace, and protecting taxpayers’ assets from thieves. Government officials can count on ICU Technologies as a partner to design, develop and deploy the best security solutions. Further, ICU leads the industry through our GSA MAS contracts to streamline procurement and to provide for a true end-to-end partnership.
Law enforcement agencies are uniquely suited to lead communities toward a better future and provide a centralized hub for communication to the public and their government partners. For these reasons, public safety camera systems can give responders and detectives the information they need to be successful. This information can be analyzed to guide proactive efforts to stop crime before it occurs and provide effective evidence when crime does occur so criminals can be held accountable for their crimes.
Providing for the safety of children and educators in K-12 as well as the young people and employees in higher learning institutions represents a noble cause for school administrators and elected officials alike. ICU is proud of its proven history of partnering with education officials to protect our country’s future. ICU’s talent pool includes extensive experiences in numerous high-security federal facilities as well as many school projects from small to large. At ICU, we believe in our solutions and we are passionate about our role to keep kids safe!
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Recent Blog Posts
Anonymous Tip Reporting platform could be the unsung hero of your school’s campus safety ecosystem. But in most cases, it is not because the system is largely not implemented correctly nor enforced. In this blog, from ICU’s CXO, Jason Eatmon discusses how to get the most from your anonymous tip reporting platform. He then breaks down four critical elements your anonymous tip reporting solution must have to be effective. And he wraps it up with ICU’s recommended solution.
Another critical school safety technology that actively suppresses violent events allows students, staffs, parents, and other regular school visitors to say something anonymously and quickly when they see or hear something. In this blog we discuss how ICU Technologies’ Anonymous Tip Reporting solutions allow students, teachers, and staff to communicate anonymously that something is not right, hears a threat, sees something in someone’s backpack, or witnesses bullying or violence.
The recent spike in active shooter events on K-12 campuses and in other public places across the US is a sobering reminder that we, as a community, need to do more to reduce the threat of gun violence, aggression, and bullying. Now, more than ever, schools and communities need weapons detection systems. In this blog, we discuss how modern concealed weapons detections solutions solve many problems that older technologies fail to address. Read the blog here.
"ICU came out and listened to our problems. After that, they showed us the new Avigilon analytics technology and how it could help our situation. They even suggested specific camera placement during the initial walk-through. It was a game-changer for us, and we were really impressed with what we saw."
David S., Director of IT
A California County Office of Education
“I’ve worked with ICU in the past and am familiar with their GSA/CMAS contract process which cuts through the red tape and makes purchasing and installation as streamlined as possible—especially in an emergency. In uncertain times, some companies might up their pricing, but partnering with companies like ICU which are GSA/CMAS contract holders, protects us as the pricing schedule is in place prior to the emergency and has been approved as being legal, reasonable and competitive.”
Al F, Security/Facilities Director
A California Community College