Security 101® - Richmond and owner, Demus Oxford, are helping the University of Virginia in a broad effort to increase campus safety and security. It’s been over a year since the Unite the Right rally where violence erupted on UVA grounds and the school is overhauling its safety and security efforts as a result. Security 101 is placing cameras around the grounds as a campus safety and security tool that the school has elected to utilize. According to a Campus Safety magazine 2016 survey, more than nine out of 10 schools, universities and hospitals use security cameras on their campuses daily or weekly. Read the full article: http://bit.ly/2RJWIkm
Security 101® - Richmond, a leading security systems integrator, announced Real Life as the winner of the 2018 Gift of Security. The corporate giving initiative donates $10,000 worth of integrated security services from locally owned offices, and equipment from program product partner, Axis Communications, to deserving nonprofits. All integrated security solutions provided are completely free for the nonprofit winner.
This year nearly 70,000 votes were cast collectively to determine 15 nonprofit award winners at different office locations throughout the country.
Since inception, the Gift of Security has provided integrated security solutions to nearly 30 organizations. The most challenging part is getting organizations to understand the legitimacy of the giving program and to nominate themselves. Local offices are privately owned and under no obligation to participate in the Gift of Security. In fact, employees at participating local offices often donate their time during the work week to execute the program and donate time on the weekend for installations.
The award presentation will take place in January 2018.
Nonprofit finalists have been named for the 2018 Gift of Security and the winning nonprofit will be determined by online vote. Voting to take place November 16 - December 8.
2018 Nonprofit Finalists
|Neighborhood Resource Center|
Security 101® - Orlando is excited to announce their participation in the 6th annual Gift of Security. The corporate-giving program provides an integrated security system and $10,000 worth of equipment from product partner, Axis Communications, to one nonprofit winner at each participating office location. This year fifteen Security 101 offices throughout the U.S. will engage a panel of judges from the community to help review nonprofit nominations and identify three qualified organizations to advance to the online voting process, which ultimately determines the grand prize winner. Voting will take place throughout the month of November and the winning organizations will be announced in December. Click here to nominate a nonprofit candidate.
2018 Judges Panel
Marriott Vacations Worldwide
|David A. Santiago
Wyndham Vacation Ownership
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Florida Hospital Security
Security 101 - Richmond partnered with Axis Communications, Inc. and donated a new surveillance system to Housing Families First as part of the 2017 Gift of Security program started by Security 101. The program, in which local judges and the public nominate and vote for local nonprofit organizations, has been an ongoing initiative that began five years ago as a way for Security 101 to give back to local communities. Congratulations to the winner!
On June 7th, we held our first educational event seminar of the year and it couldn’t have gone better. Almost 50 people attended and were treated to a fantastic lunch courtesy of Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, as well as an informational seminar about the recent developments made in “smart city” technology. Big thanks to our sponsors: Hitachi & OnSSI for their interesting presentations, as well as all those involved in making this possible. Stay tuned for future information on upcoming events in the area.
Team101 in Richmond attended the Henrico Business Leaders monthly breakfast. Henrico Police Chief Doug Middleton led a presentation on "Body Cameras in Henrico County and the Fair and Impartial Policing Project." Chief Middleton and members of his force outlined programs they have put in place to reduce crime and build community trust. Many of these efforts began long before police actions in Ferguson, Baltimore, and New York City made international news.
This nationwide model allows us to set standards across our network and provide our clients the consistency, accountability and satisfaction they deserve.