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With Concealed Carry Laws, Operational Uncertainties Confuse School Administrators

This former principal describes the questions and concerns he and other K-12 officials would have should a person who is not in law enforcement legally bring a gun onto school property.

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Hospital security departments should choose a visitor management system that can integrate security systems in a way that maintains hospital security and patient satisfaction. By Janette Andler · April 24, 2017

North Park Elementary school has revised its visitor policy and will install classroom locks. By CS Staff · April 15, 2017

NAPCO's solution allows schools to initiate lockdowns quickly and tracks the names of people entering and exiting the building. By CS Staff · April 14, 2017

The shooting is a suspected murder-suicide involving estranged spouses. By Robin Hattersley Gray · April 10, 2017

Understanding other school's security strategy can be a good way to evaluate your own. The University of San Francisco and Virginia Commonwealth University combine their video, access control and other security systems to increase protection and catch suspects. By Renee Patton · April 10, 2017

Our access control participants didn't hold back when asked to comment on their campus's successes and failures. By CS Staff · April 07, 2017

Cost and ease of installation are just two reasons why wireless access control might be right for your institution. By Mitchell Kane · April 05, 2017

Some campuses may be in a good position to take advantage of the benefits of wireless locking systems. By Scott Lindley · April 05, 2017

The mobile solution does not require a license, separate portal or third party subscription. By CS Staff · April 05, 2017

More than seven out of 10 schools, colleges and hospitals have acquired access control solutions over the past two years, but challenges with policies, buy-in and more persist. By CS Staff · April 05, 2017