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Read: Calls For National School Security Guidance Grow As State Requirements Scrutinized

Calls For National School Security Guidance Grow As State Requirements Scrutinized

Advocates say a new study on school facility security standards supports the demand for more guidance.

Read: Door Barricades, Egress Requirements and Campus Safety

Door Barricades, Egress Requirements and Campus Safety

New code language has been developed to address barricade device code compliance issues.

Read: Access Control Survey Respondents Discuss Successes, Challenges

Access Control Survey Respondents Discuss Successes, Challenges

Our access control participants didn’t hold back when asked to comment on their campus’s successes and failures.

Read: Securing School Residence Halls Must Be Managed Around the Clock

Securing School Residence Halls Must Be Managed Around the Clock

Balancing secure access, student needs and campus mobility requires very smart solutions. Review the latest security hardware solutions for higher education.

Read: 4 Reasons Why You Should Install Electronic Access Control in Dorms

4 Reasons Why You Should Install Electronic Access Control in Dorms

Moving from mechanical to electronic access control solutions save a campus time and money, as well as provide many other benefits.

Read: The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology, Part 2

The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology, Part 2

In part two of this story, we explore the many benefits of locks and access control technology on campus.

Read: The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology, Part 1

The Costs of Crime and the Benefits of Security Technology, Part 1

Here’s an estimate of what your organization might spend on access control and locks, as well as the lives, resources and money you could save as a result of the installation of these technologies.

Read: The Lowdown on Codes for Electrified Locks in Healthcare Facilities

The Lowdown on Codes for Electrified Locks in Healthcare Facilities

Complying with these code requirements, most of which also apply to schools and universities, will ensure optimal campus safety and security.

Read: Crack the Codes: Lock and Life Safety Code Considerations for Campuses

Crack the Codes: Lock and Life Safety Code Considerations for Campuses

This primer will help to ensure your school, university or hospital selects door security solutions that also comply with fire protection and accessibility codes.

Read: How Electromechanical Locks Can Increase Campus Security

How Electromechanical Locks Can Increase Campus Security

Learn how electromechanical key systems are keeping campuses safe, making students’ and facilities’ building access on campus easier.

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