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Read: Classroom Safety: More Than Just the Door

Classroom Safety: More Than Just the Door

When addressing classroom security, also take into consideration protocols, windows, training, visitor management, and emergency plans.

Read: Shooter Detection Systems Joins Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS)

Shooter Detection Systems Joins Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS)

Shooter Detection Systems will participate in PASS’s School Security Town Hall, happening April 11 at ISC West.

Read: AtlasIED, NSCA Establish Everyday Heroes School Grant Program

AtlasIED, NSCA Establish Everyday Heroes School Grant Program

Ivey’s Everyday Heroes recognizes the actions of those who helped keep people safe during a school emergency.

Read: Choosing the Right Classroom Lockdown Technology for Your School

Choosing the Right Classroom Lockdown Technology for Your School

When searching for classroom security solutions, schools must ensure the technology is effective, as well as easy to implement and to use.

Read: CPTED in Schools: Has Your Campus Applied These 3 Tactics to Prevent Crime?

CPTED in Schools: Has Your Campus Applied These 3 Tactics to Prevent Crime?

A security veteran who has conducted countless site assessments shares successes and cautionary tales in CPTED and offers sage advice for schools.

Read: Johnson Controls Announces New School Safety Digital Assessment Service

Johnson Controls Announces New School Safety Digital Assessment Service

The tool, which helps determine potential areas of vulnerability, was developed using the PASS School Safety and Security Checklist.

Read: 4 Inexpensive Ways to Improve School Parking Lot Safety

4 Inexpensive Ways to Improve School Parking Lot Safety

Low-cost strategies include conducting a walk-through of school grounds and creating use policies for outside groups.

Read: Mass. Schools Look to PASS K-12 Guidelines to Improve Student Safety

Mass. Schools Look to PASS K-12 Guidelines to Improve Student Safety

Tom LeBlanc, former editorial director of Commercial Integrator and a member of the PASS Outreach Committee, shares feedback from his discussions with local Massachusetts leaders regarding school safety.

Read: Secured School Entry Vestibules: Reducing Weak Points and Increasing Sightlines

Secured School Entry Vestibules: Reducing Weak Points and Increasing Sightlines

Multifunctional, fire-rated glazing supports a welcoming environment and protects against multiple life-safety threats.

Read: More States Require Schools to Install Panic Alarms. Is Your Campus Ready?

More States Require Schools to Install Panic Alarms. Is Your Campus Ready?

Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Texas all require K-12 schools to have panic alarms, and other states may soon follow.

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