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Read: Arapahoe Shooting Report Highlights Flaws in District’s Threat Assessment Process

Arapahoe Shooting Report Highlights Flaws in District’s Threat Assessment Process

Report concludes there were missed opportunities that might have prevented the death of Claire Davis.

Read: Are Your Security Measures Just for Show?

Are Your Security Measures Just for Show?

In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, schools, universities and hospitals can’t afford to have security that looks good but doesn’t actually provide protection.

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: 10 Infant Security Best Practices

10 Infant Security Best Practices

These solutions can help your hospital thwart infant abductions, which often are very carefully planned.

Read: ASSA ABLOY Integration of Aperio and iTRUST 2.0

ASSA ABLOY Integration of Aperio and iTRUST 2.0

With the integration of Aperio, users of the iTRUST 2.0 can connect the system to many new openings.

Here We Go Again… Another Mass Shooting

Post Umpqua, let’s review the real security and safety solutions you can adopt to protect your campus.

Read: Product Demos at the Campus Safety Conference: Assa Abloy

Product Demos at the Campus Safety Conference: Assa Abloy

Campus Safety was blown away by the exhibits at this year’s Campus Safety Conferences.

Read: Guarding the Front Door: School Visitor Management Best Practices

Guarding the Front Door: School Visitor Management Best Practices

K-12 campuses should combine building design, video surveillance, guest management systems, policies, procedures and staff training.

Read: NFPA School Safety Report Says Codes Must Account for Classroom Barricades

NFPA School Safety Report Says Codes Must Account for Classroom Barricades

NPFA hopes to coordinate and modify existing codes to address conflicts between security and safety, egress and locking procedures.

Read: Why We Don’t Have to Destroy the Fire Code to Save Lockdowns

Why We Don’t Have to Destroy the Fire Code to Save Lockdowns

The real solution should involve a long term strategy involving training, infrastructure and the revision of codes to address the threats of terrorism and active shooters.

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