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Read: School Safety Training for Children Must Start at Home

School Safety Training for Children Must Start at Home

By regularly discussing safety with children, parents are in the driver’s seat to teach not only critical thinking skills but also skills that may save a child’s life.

Read: Why Your School Needs a Common Initial Emergency Response Plan and Where to Start

Why Your School Needs a Common Initial Emergency Response Plan and Where to Start

A school security analyst shares how Idaho schools worked with first responders to establish a common initial response platform for emergencies.

Read: Remembering 9/11

Remembering 9/11

Read: Safety Planning for Volatile School Board Meetings

Safety Planning for Volatile School Board Meetings

These strategies will help maintain security during school board meetings, protecting board members from potentially violent acts by disgruntled parents and other community members.

Read: Get Ready to Change the Way You Think About Security Technology

Get Ready to Change the Way You Think About Security Technology

New systems will no longer have a static set of features. Instead, they will be sold on the merits of how fast they can solve problems and how much they cost.

Read: Dealing with Mental Health Challenges on Campus

Dealing with Mental Health Challenges on Campus

With so many people returning to our campuses and the workplace, we must know how to recognize and deal with potential mental health issues.

Read: What To Do About Wired Glass in Schools?

What To Do About Wired Glass in Schools?

Wired glass is common in older school buildings and poses significant safety issues.

Read: Choosing the Right Integrator for Your Next Campus Security Project

Choosing the Right Integrator for Your Next Campus Security Project

Before you hire an integrator, be sure to ask these four critical questions so you’ll have a partner you can trust when you upgrade your security systems.

Read: Evaluating ‘Out-of-the-Box’ Gunshot Detection for Schools

Evaluating ‘Out-of-the-Box’ Gunshot Detection for Schools

An alternative to single purpose gunshot detection devices would be a camera with gunshot analytics built-in, which could detect gunshots, explosions, screams and glass-break events.

Read: Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.

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