SecureNet to Host 2011 Oklahoma School Safety and Security Conference

SecureNet Inc. along with a variety of leading experts in the security industry will be hosting a free event for Oklahoma School Superintendents and their security staff at ONEOK Field, Tulsa, Okla., at 3:30 p.m. The 2011 Oklahoma School Safety and Security Conference is intended to educate school superintendents as well as their IT and security supervisors on the new developments and innovations in the security industry. Some of the areas covered will be:

-    How to improve and strengthen campus safety for students, staff, patrons and visitors
-    Manage access to school facilities
-    Leverage their investment in IT network infrastructure for education security solutions
-    Salvage their investment in current video camera systems.

“The priority for schools from elementary to the university level is the safety of their students. We have had the opportunity to work with many schools and have developed several price sensitive innovations that can dramatically improve school security as well as fit within schools tight budgets,” said Brian Bergstrom, CEO of SecureNet Inc. “With the reports of increased bullying and crime in schools, it is no surprise that these schools have their hands full and that is what the 2011 Oklahoma School Safety and Security Conference is all about, helping schools get safer.”

The 2011 Oklahoma School Safety and Security Conference will be held on August 3, 2011, at 3:30 p.m. at the ONEOK Field Conference Center in Tulsa, Okla., with food and the Tulsa Drillers baseball game to follow. Attendance to the event is free and is intended for school superintendents and their security staff. There is a limit of 125 places.

Please contact Robert Walker at 918-461-2000 to RSVP.


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