Convergint’s Strategic Business Development of Government, David Klug, will be on the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) – New Guidelines for a Layered and Tiered Approach to K-12 Safety and Security panel at ISC West 2019 on Thursday, April 11 beginning at 3:45 PM in the Sands 103, Level 1.
Along with Jake Parker and Kevin Wren, David will discuss the challenges faced by school districts in making safety and security improvements, as well as some of the latest trends related to technology and facility infrastructure, available grants, and other project-funding mechanisms. With over 30 years of experience in public safety technology and a background in forensic science, David brings diverse expertise to the panel.
Convergint Technologies recently launched the STEP Up initiative, which helps strengthen security in schools. Convergint colleagues go out into their local communities and provide underserved schools with interior and exterior security systems installations, security upgrades, and security assessments. Local schools in cities across the country in need of security updates can apply now through April 15th to be considered for no-cost upgrades and services from Convergint Technologies.
For more information or details on how schools can apply for STEP Up security updates, visit www.convergint.com/STEPUp.
About David Klug
David started his career as a forensic scientist at the Northern Illinois Police Crime Laboratory and earned a Bachelor of Science in criminalistics (forensic science) from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Master of Science in forensic science from the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy. Since performing a national study of Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) in the United States, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice in the late 1980s, David has presented professional studies on public safety and biometric technologies to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Forensic Science Society (UK), International Association for Identification, and INTERPOL in Lyon, France. He has worked with hundreds of federal, state, and local public safety and security agencies in the United States and abroad.