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Read: Ready for Hybrid Access Control?

Ready for Hybrid Access Control?

Prepare for the rising tide of smart access control credentials.

Read: Managing Security Technology: Should You Adopt a VMS or PSIM?

Managing Security Technology: Should You Adopt a VMS or PSIM?

Video management systems and physical security information management solutions can make better sense of disparate information in the drive to create situational awareness. But which should be deployed when? Find out.

Read: 7 Reasons Mobile Apps Won’t Replace Your Blue Light Phones

7 Reasons Mobile Apps Won’t Replace Your Blue Light Phones

Comprehensive security plans employ both blue light phones and mobile apps, along with other emergency communication solutions.

Read: Managing Crises Means Managing Victims

Managing Crises Means Managing Victims

Dealing with victims remains among the least well handled of all campus management activities. Here’s how your institution can appropriately respond when a victim-creating incident occurs.

Read: The Warning Signs of Violence

The Warning Signs of Violence

Understanding the tactics used by adult manipulators and the behaviors of at-risk youth will help you identify problems before they escalate into emergencies.

Read: The Israeli Approach to School Security

The Israeli Approach to School Security

Here are some lessons learned by a K-12 school campus police chief who participated in the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange.

Read: 6 Steps to Writing a University Police FERPA Policy

6 Steps to Writing a University Police FERPA Policy

Here’s how the University of Texas System developed its Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act policy so its police officers and department share only appropriate student information.

Read: Door Hardware 101

Door Hardware 101

This primer will help you determine which locks, card access systems and other door devices are appropriate for your campus and district.

Read: Your 8-Point School Inspection Checklist

Your 8-Point School Inspection Checklist

Site assessments that cover natural surveillance, access control, territoriality and other CPTED concepts will help to protect your campus, students and staff.

When Domestic Violence Comes to Your Campus

Educators, medical providers and safety and security directors have a moral and legal duty to report suspected and observed abuse.

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