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    LEID Products to Exhibit BACS Asset Management System at IACLEA Conference in Montreal

LEID Products to Exhibit BACS Asset Management System at IACLEA Conference in Montreal

Association members will view live demonstrations of the BACS Asset Management System used by university police departments to accurately control and track officers shared equipment and keys utilizing RFID and biometric technology.
Auburn Hills, MI – June 19, 2014– LEID Products, LLC, the leader of electronic locker and cabinet storage with biometric asset protection and control, today announced it will exhibit the BACS Asset Management System at the 2014 International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) Conference, taking place June 20 – 24 in Montreal, Canada. The event is largest gathering of campus public safety leaders in the world. LEID Products will showcase its BACS Asset Management System in booth #29.


The IACLEA Conference offers a variety of educational sessions, workshops and exhibits. Attendees will learn new strategies to improve campus safety. In addition to exhibiting, LEID Products Senior Account Manager, John Kormanik, will host an educational seminar on asset management systems. Attendees will see how implementation of the BACS System at other campus law enforcement departments has increased efficiency, improved campus safety, and created accountability for sensitive items such as keys, weapons and equipment. The seminar will take place in the exhibit hall at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.

The BACS Asset Management System consist of any combination of tamper proof Electronic Access Cabinets, SmartGuard Handgun Safes, SmartRail Gun Racks, and BACS Key Cabinet interfaced to the biometrically (fingerprint) accessed BACS ID Station Kiosk serving as the control point for access to assets stored in the system.

Utilizing RFID and biometric technology, the BACS System eliminates time-consuming manual asset transaction record keeping allowing officers to single handedly pick up and drop off department assets. The system tracks all maintenance requirements and timing, as well as keeps detailed […]

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An issue more prevalent and terrifying than ever, campus safety has filled the nation with questions, concerns, and an urge to improve security measures. Schools across the nation and around the globe are escalating efforts to ensure staff and community readiness to handle critical situations that put students and staff in danger. A very well-known and respected publication, Campus Safety, recently published an article on the Top Campus Security Trends to Watch in 2013. Written by its Executive Editor, Robin Hattersley Gray, the piece is timely and chock-full of knowledge and tips for an increase in campus safety in the coming year. Gray presents the need for technology that supports campus protection. “Access control, training and weapons, as well as the management of keys, guests and emergency power, are some of the top issues that should be on your radar this year,” Gray states. (more…)

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