The Security product category is a collection of information, product listings and resources for researching various fire station and firehouse security equipment, including CCTV, secured entryways, security cameras and alarms, gates, fob actives entry doors and firefighter safety options.
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Air locks, which are designated by the number “19,” minimize air flow to the private area of the firehouse from the apparatus floor. The airlocks’ double-door configuration contributes to station security when the doors are equipped with a locking mechanism.

Station Design: Built-In Firehouse Protections

Jan. 17, 2022
Ralph DeLuca Jr. explains how security measures and station hardening can springboard easily from other firehouse design aspects.
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Surveillance footage captured the men loitering around the Rahway fire station while firefighters were out on a call.
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Two Who Stole from NJ Fire Station 'Cooperating' with Police

Nov. 30, 2019
Surveillance cameras captured four men who stole personal belongings from Rahway firefighters who were out on a call.
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MedixSafe Announces New Website Launch

Nov. 13, 2019
MedixSafe, a leader in the access control cabinet market, has announced the launch of its new website showcasing its diverse access and key control solutions.
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Station Design Conference

July 29, 2019
The Station Design Conference offers presentations by award-winning architects and project managers of fire stations and public safety facilities to guide you through the journey...
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Overhead doors are frequently left open to aid in ventilation, cooling or access with the apparatus bay. This reduces security for the staff, equipment, and building.

10 Points for a Safer Station

May 1, 2019
Jeff Humphreys and Brett Hanson share tips for designing a secure facility to protect firefighters.