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Read: 5 CPTED Strategies That Protect Students and Staff

5 CPTED Strategies That Protect Students and Staff

Environmental design can reduce victimization, deter crime, reduce fears of a crime happening, and build a sense of community.

Read: Is Your School Addressing These Safety and Security Basics?

Is Your School Addressing These Safety and Security Basics?

It’s surprisingly easy for a school to overlook these safety and security fundamentals. Don’t let your campus be one of them.

Read: How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

How Campuses Can Work with Systems Integrators to Address Their Security Challenges

This year’s Director of the Year Award winners deliver keen insights on how to make the most of their relationships with security systems installers and contractors.

Read: Survey: K-12 Schools Prioritizing Physical Security, Colleges Lagging Behind

Survey: K-12 Schools Prioritizing Physical Security, Colleges Lagging Behind

Campus Safety’s latest survey finds that K-12 schools are way ahead of institutions of higher education in conducting security site assessments and maintaining door locks.

Read: K-12 Director of the Year: Taking a Multi-Faceted Approach to School Security and Safety

K-12 Director of the Year: Taking a Multi-Faceted Approach to School Security and Safety

Steven Ellis developed Project Safety Net for the Corona-Norco Unified School District, leveraging partnerships, technology, training and innovation to bolster campus security.

Read: Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Survey Finds Campuses Having Mixed Success with Access Control, Lockdowns

Demand for access control, locks, visitor management and other solutions is on the rise, but the ability to lockdown is still a challenge.

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: Now Is the Time to Improve Your Campus Security and Safety Infrastructure

Now Is the Time to Improve Your Campus Security and Safety Infrastructure

A whole lot of federal funding has just become available for things like HVAC, video surveillance, access control, emergency communications and other system upgrades related to campus security and safety.

Read: Connecticut Opens New Rounds of School Security Grants

Connecticut Opens New Rounds of School Security Grants

The grants aim to improve school security infrastructure and emergency communications. Initial applications are due June 15.

Read: Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Steven Ellis

Spotlight on Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Steven Ellis

Check out some of this Director of the Year finalist’s top accomplishments, as well as a photo gallery of him and his department.

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