K-12 Access Control

Read: Is a Single-Door Smart Lock a Good Fit for Your School?

Is a Single-Door Smart Lock a Good Fit for Your School?

By having a smart lock on one specific door, a cell phone can become a credential within seconds, allowing for quick and secure access.

Read: Stagg High School Student Fatally Stabbed by Trespasser

Stagg High School Student Fatally Stabbed by Trespasser

The 54-year-old man accessed the campus through a parking lot gate and stabbed a 15-year-old girl multiple times.

Read: Case Study: Protecting School Children in Martinsville Virginia

Case Study: Protecting School Children in Martinsville Virginia

Gunshot detection technology helps slash response time for emergency responders

Read: Don’t Let your Campus be Old School: Modernize Your Campus with Access Control Technology

Don’t Let your Campus be Old School: Modernize Your Campus with Access Control Technology

Thanks to technology, we can make it easy for students to adhere to social distancing and occupancy standards and enable campus-wide lockdowns in the case of an emergency.

Read: Roselle Catholic High School Upgrades Intercom System with Aiphone IX Series

Roselle Catholic High School Upgrades Intercom System with Aiphone IX Series

Before upgrading its intercom system, teachers were unable to communicate directly from their classrooms to the main office.

Read: Tabletop Exercise 9: Anonymous Tip Says Student Plans to Bring Weapon to School

Tabletop Exercise 9: Anonymous Tip Says Student Plans to Bring Weapon to School

The anonymous tip came in at 1:43 A.M. but was not reviewed by office staff until school doors had already been open for an hour.

Read: Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to Get $300,000 Safety Grant

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to Get $300,000 Safety Grant

The North Carolina district, which consists of more than 80 schools, will use the money to replace intercom and entry systems at its elementary schools.

Read: ‘Significant Security and Safety Issues’ Found in Baltimore Schools

‘Significant Security and Safety Issues’ Found in Baltimore Schools

A recent school security assessment found problems including ill-functioning locks on interior doors and poor emergency and exterior lighting.

Read: How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

How Many K-12 Schools Have Security Cameras, Controlled Access?

Recent data from the Indicators of School Crime and Safety found a 315% increase in K-12 public schools that have security cameras.

Read: Here’s How Rock Hill School District Expanded Its Lockdown Capabilities

Here’s How Rock Hill School District Expanded Its Lockdown Capabilities

This K-12 district in South Carolina enhanced school security by integrating door hardware that enables remote lockdown at secondary perimeter doors.

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