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Policies, Staffing and Lack of Buy-in Pose Biggest Problems in Campus Access Security

Study also finds that since Sandy Hook, a significant number of schools, universities and hospitals have purchased or are considering the purchase of new technologies to manage access to their facilities.

Physical Security’s Role in a K-12 Environment

SafePlans CEO Brad Spicer offered tips to help K-12 schools enhance overall safety on campus during the 2014 Campus Safety Conference.

Read: Nevada School District to Spend $5M on Safety Upgrades

Nevada School District to Spend $5M on Safety Upgrades

In total, $5,145,640 will be spent to put locks on 1,740 classroom doors and fences around elementary schools, as well as create a single point of entry for every middle school.

Read: Menomonie School District to Secure Entrances at 3 Campuses

Menomonie School District to Secure Entrances at 3 Campuses

The Menomonie School District will upgrade security at River Heights Elementary, Downsville Elementary and Menomonie High School.

Read: In Search of a Repeatable, Affordable School Security Model

In Search of a Repeatable, Affordable School Security Model

One North Carolina elementary school demonstrates how risk assessments, technology and policies can be implemented in a cost-effective way to improve safety. Could this model apply to your K-12 campus?

Read: WestMed Medical Group Showcases Calming Images

WestMed Medical Group Showcases Calming Images

Read how this healthcare organization uses digital signage to manage patient, visitor and staff stress, possibly preventing incidents.

Read: 11 Components of a Secure School Front Entrance

11 Components of a Secure School Front Entrance

Fences, access control, visitor management, panic alarms and video intercoms are just a few of the solutions that can help prevent unwanted guests from accessing your campus.

Duke U. Adds More Security After String of Robberies

The School Security Upgrades Keep Coming

Tenn. Mayor to Propose $500K for School Security Improvements

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