Fences

Read: Protecting Pedestrians with Vehicle Barriers and Fences

Protecting Pedestrians with Vehicle Barriers and Fences

The use of vehicles as tools of destruction has become one of the top security concerns for public spaces. Barriers and fences can help keep crowds safe.

Read: UNM Considers Building Fence Around Entire Campus

UNM Considers Building Fence Around Entire Campus

Students are worried about their safety on campus, especially at night, because it is open and easy for the public to access.

Read: Campus Security Begins at the Perimeter

Campus Security Begins at the Perimeter

These perimeter security technologies can help to detect crime, undesirable behavior and delay or deter it from your school, college or hospital campus.

Read: Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Physical Security: Are We Protecting People or Trapping Them?

Although access control solutions can save lives, when inappropriately deployed, they could prevent or delay evacuation, placing more people in harm’s way.

Read: Missouri Schools Receive Grants to Improve Security

Missouri Schools Receive Grants to Improve Security

Forty nine school districts received more than $400,000 in grants for training and security equipment upgrades.

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.

Arizona Announces School Safety Grant Winners

Arizona’s Department of Education just announced the awards of $911,000 in school security hardware grants.

N.C. School Upgrades Safety and Security Technology

Read: The Israeli Approach to School Security

The Israeli Approach to School Security

Here are some lessons learned by a K-12 school campus police chief who participated in the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange.

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