Recommendations pertaining to school design, access control, emergency plans, training, video surveillance and first responder participation directly apply to K-12 and higher ed institutions.
This photo gallery shows the different types of locks, strikes, access cards and biometrics systems you can deploy on your campus.
This primer will help you determine which locks, card access systems and other door devices are appropriate for your campus and district.
These electronic security specialists discuss blending technology and personnel to properly secure a K-12 campus.
Toppenish School District officials needed accountability so that when incidents occurred, they would know who was there and when.
Improved access control, locks and audible alarms, however, can lower your risk.
The following can help to prevent, or at the very least reduce, the lethality of an active shooter attack by a visitor.
The Culver City (Calif.) School District has integrated its new IP video and access control solutions. Now, entry to the campuses is limited to authorized persons and vehicles, and clearer video helps keep crime under control.
Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of a few basic mechanical and electronic access control systems.
This California district standardized its door hardware and keys thanks to alocal bond measure and state modernization funds.