As 20th anniversary of the Columbine mass shooting looms, now more than ever, organizations, municipalities, and schools need to have their electronic life-safety and security systems in place and their emergency preparedness/response protocols practiced and ready to deploy.
Recent reports of a teen infatuated with the Columbine massacre who traveled from her home in Miami to Denver and bought a shotgun have Colorado schools on high-alert.
Of course, the first hope of every life-safety and security professional is that their systems are never needed. We here at Norris design, engineer and integrate the best, most cutting edge systems hoping our customers never find out what a good job we did. We’re honored and privileged to help our customers keep their people safe.
The impending anniversary of Columbine, coming on April 20th, 2019, reminds us that terrible tragedies can strike anytime and anywhere. Subsequent mass shootings in the interim served as additional reminders.
One of Norris’ specialties is helping administrators at schools keep all our children safe from unknown dangers.
Please call Norris today, or drop us a line and speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable life-safety and security experts. We’d be happy to answer questions and help you keep your customers, visitors, students, faculty and staff safer.
What is Norris all about?
Norris, Inc.—a South Portland, Maine-based life-safety and security systems integrator with satellite offices in Bangor, Maine; Lee, New Hampshire; and Burlington, Vermont—was founded nearly 40 years ago by two brothers, Brad and Harty Norris. The brothers remain on the board of directors today and continue to help steer the enterprise toward its goal of advancing life-safety, security, and communications while striving to grow in its status as Northern New England’s leading systems integrator. Norris provides fully integrated life-safety and security solutions, comprising disparate systems including fire alarm, intrusion detection, access control, video surveillance, communications, and emergency notification and total systems integration via the Vigilance Systems Integration Engine and ENS.