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Read: Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Getting a Read on Access Control This Year

Some education and healthcare facilities are retrofitting their access control systems while the U.S. is still recovering from the pandemic. Here are some other trends we will see in 2021.

Research

Read: Here Are 2020’s Safest and Least Safe U.S. Cities

Here Are 2020’s Safest and Least Safe U.S. Cities

WalletHub’s 2020 ‘Safest Cities in America’ report compared more than 180 major U.S. cities across 42 key safety indicators to determine which ones are the safest… and which ones are the most dangerous.

Resources

Read: Responding to the Coronavirus: How Colleges Are Preparing for Spring 2021

Responding to the Coronavirus: How Colleges Are Preparing for Spring 2021

Here’s how institutions of higher education are planning for the Spring term.

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Read: 71% of U.S. Workers Don’t Feel Completely Safe in Their Buildings

71% of U.S. Workers Don’t Feel Completely Safe in Their Buildings

A survey conducted by Honeywell also found that 29% of remote workers would quit before returning to a risky worksite.

Read: Free Resources for Conducting a Security and Vulnerability Assessment

Free Resources for Conducting a Security and Vulnerability Assessment

A school security expert discusses resources offered by government agencies to help K-12 and higher ed campuses with security and vulnerability assessments.

Read: Crowley ISD Increases Security After Online Threats Against Children

Crowley ISD Increases Security After Online Threats Against Children

A woman said two people told her brother that a KKK group was planning to abduct children of color in Crowley on Inauguration Day.

Read: Los Angeles Students Will Be Required to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Los Angeles Students Will Be Required to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

In order to return to school, Los Angeles K-12 students will need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 when it becomes available.

Read: FBI: Armed Protests Planned in All 50 States in Run-up to Biden Inauguration

FBI: Armed Protests Planned in All 50 States in Run-up to Biden Inauguration

The FBI is focusing “on those threatening their safety and the safety of other citizens with violence and destruction of property,” not peaceful protests.

Read: Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

The sensor that monitors the freezer containing the vaccines didn’t work and didn’t notify hospital personnel of the problem.

Read: Court: Michigan Private Schools Can Use Tax Dollars for Safety

Court: Michigan Private Schools Can Use Tax Dollars for Safety

The three-to-three decision upheld the findings of a lower court.

Read: How Mass Notification Systems Can Help Automate Lockdowns

How Mass Notification Systems Can Help Automate Lockdowns

By connecting IoT devices to a mass notification system, campuses can automatically lock doors and send alerts by pushing the same button.

Read: The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

The Best Campus Safety Security Technology Content from 2020

Big security technology changes have been made on all types of campuses due to the pandemic. See which changes our readers were most interested in this year.

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