K-12 Visitor Management

Read: Md. School District to Spend $9.7 Million on 24 New Security Vestibules

Md. School District to Spend $9.7 Million on 24 New Security Vestibules

The new vestibules will ensure visitors won’t be able to enter the building without checking in at the main office first.

Read: School Districts Continue to Evaluate Security and Implement Upgrades

School Districts Continue to Evaluate Security and Implement Upgrades

It is becoming more common for school districts to asses school security to help decide what changes or upgrades may be needed.

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: What to Look for in a Visitor Management System — And What to Avoid

What to Look for in a Visitor Management System — And What to Avoid

Looking to invest in an electronic visitor management system? Here’s how you can convince hesitant stakeholders.

Read: VIDEO: Mom Threatens Students Over Daughter’s Alleged Bullying

VIDEO: Mom Threatens Students Over Daughter’s Alleged Bullying

The woman has been banned from Niguel Middle School after she walked into a classroom and began yelling profanities at students.

Read: Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

Father Accused of Hitting Village School SRO with Car

The accused father allegedly tried to pick his son up from the Texas elementary school without permission and was arrested by police.

Read: Access Control, SROs at Forefront of Many School Safety Plans

Access Control, SROs at Forefront of Many School Safety Plans

School districts in Alabama, Indiana, Tennessee and Georgia are among many whose approved budgets for additional security include access control and school resource officers.

Conn. State Police Release Final Sandy Hook Mass Shooting Report

Failed Safety Test Prompts S.C. District to Improve Security

4 Warning Signs a Visitor Could Act Out

Training staff how to detect these cues can help to augment security equipment.

1 2
Get Our Newsletters
Campus Safety HQ