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Read: Tell Us About Your Campus Lockdown & Access Control Capabilities

Tell Us About Your Campus Lockdown & Access Control Capabilities

Take the CS Access Control & Lockdown Survey. You could win a $50 gift card!

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Read: How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

Recent data from the Indicators of School Crime and Safety found a 315% increase in K-12 public schools that have security cameras.

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Read: Motorola: The Power of Team Communications for Schools

Motorola: The Power of Team Communications for Schools

Only 17% of recent survey respondents felt that they would be able to communicate directly with first responders during a school incident. The ability for all school personnel, both onsite and district-wide, plus first responders to communicate seamlessly is critically important.

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Read: Lockport Schools Banned from Using Facial Recognition System

Lockport Schools Banned from Using Facial Recognition System

The State Education Department is not allowing Lockport City School District to use its facial recognition due to privacy and data safety concerns.

Read: 3 Ways You Can and Should Support Gender Diverse Students

3 Ways You Can and Should Support Gender Diverse Students

Familiarizing yourself with common terminology and inclusive language is just one way to ensure gender diverse students feel safe and supported.

Read: Cooperative Purchasing & Your Institution’s Security Strategy

Cooperative Purchasing & Your Institution’s Security Strategy

With security incidents at U.S. schools becoming more prevalent, institutions must take a strategic approach to ensuring the safety of students, faculty, and staff.

Read: V.T. Governor Announces $1.5M for School Safety

V.T. Governor Announces $1.5M for School Safety

Through the grant program, Vermont schools can apply to receive up to $25,000 for school safety and security enhancements.

Read: When Should Campus Police Intervene in an Incident?

When Should Campus Police Intervene in an Incident?

BlueSentinel Group’s Stacy Ettel discusses the fine line campus police officers must walk.

Read: Raisin City Janitor Carries Fake Gun, Wears Mask for Unannounced Active Shooter Drill

Raisin City Janitor Carries Fake Gun, Wears Mask for Unannounced Active Shooter Drill

The district’s superintendent believed the fake active shooter would make the drill more realistic and help them improve lockdowns in the future.

Read: Md. School District to Spend $9.7 Million on 24 New Security Vestibules

Md. School District to Spend $9.7 Million on 24 New Security Vestibules

The new vestibules will ensure visitors won’t be able to enter the building without checking in at the main office first.

Read: Can You Spot the Mistakes in These Campus Security Photos?

Can You Spot the Mistakes in These Campus Security Photos?

Here are 10 times K-12 schools, universities and hospitals made campus security mistakes. We also sprinkled in some examples of effective campus security.

Read: Tytek Bleeding Control Stations

Tytek Bleeding Control Stations

You can check out Tytek Medical’s product offerings at Campus Safety Conference Texas in Dallas on July 22 or Campus Safety Conference East in Charlotte, N.C., on August 7.

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