Web Portal Provides Expert Guidance on School Security
For two decades, Campus Safety magazine and CampusSafetyMagazine.com have been the go-to resources for school security decision makers, providing them with the information they need to protect their campuses and districts. Now the publication has made these important resources even easier for administrators to find. Campus Safety magazine is pleased to unveil its School Security Command Post, which is sponsored by Vicon and provides breaking school safety news and up-to-date best practices and guidance from America’s K-12 campus security thought leaders.
“Our nation’s K-12 schools and districts are scrambling to find the appropriate equipment, policies, practices and training that will ensure students, teachers and school staff are protected,” says Robin Hattersley-Gray, executive editor for Campus Safety magazine. “Unfortunately, it can be a challenge to quickly find information you can trust. That’s why we created our School Security Command Post, which is a continually updated and easy-to-navigate Web portal that aggregates all of our publication’s school security resources in one place.”
Topics covered in the School Security Command Post include lockdowns; site assessments; funding for your upgrades; front door and perimeter security; fences, window glazing and locks; emergency preparedness training and exercises; access control, visitor management and panic alarms; video surveillance and systems integration; emergency notification of students and parents; working with local first responders and more.
Visit the Campus Safety School Security Command post now at www.campussafetymagazine.com/CommandPost.
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