Site Assessments

Read: How Security Can Pay for Itself

How Security Can Pay for Itself

At Channel Islands High School, improved access control and the incorporation of CPTED led directly to a safer environment, which discouraged student absenteeism and the costs associated with crime.

Read: Integrating New Facilities Into Your Security Program

Integrating New Facilities Into Your Security Program

Assessments, site visits and managing officer morale can help pave the way for the successful merging of disparate hospital security programs.

Read: Selecting the Right Security Technology for Your School

Selecting the Right Security Technology for Your School

Although campus security professionals and administrators may feel pressured to implement security technologies that will win the vote of public approval, they must resist this temptation and select the solutions that yield the best possible results.

Read: Common Problems Your Site Assessment Might Reveal

Common Problems Your Site Assessment Might Reveal

A recent security and vulnerability assessment conducted by the Southwestern City Schools (Columbus, Ohio) on one of its campuses uncovered challenges frequently found at academic institutions.

Read: How to Sell Security in Lean Times

How to Sell Security in Lean Times

Although this fall’s worldwide economic nose dive has monopolized the spotlight recently, security and safety risks have not gone away. Campus protection must remain a top priority.

Read: Find Risk Before It Finds You

Find Risk Before It Finds You

Read: The Right Site Assessment Can Save You

The Right Site Assessment Can Save You

Tactical site surveys can improve the work and learning environments of healthcare and educational facilities. Here’s how campuses can use these tools to reduce crime and violence, enhance anti-terrorism efforts in the community, reduce workers’ compensation claims, cut maintenance costs and minimize civil liability.

Read: Campuses Must Be Thick-Skinned to Remain Unscathed

Campuses Must Be Thick-Skinned to Remain Unscathed

Read: Sometimes Fear Is Not Our Friend

Sometimes Fear Is Not Our Friend

Read: Suicide Bombers: Are you a target?

Suicide Bombers: Are you a target?

Since 9/11, terrorism and its affect on the healthcare environment are always-present factors in disaster planning. Recognizing the characteristics of suicide bombers, their possible motivations and behavior indicators, and acting on that information can reduce the likelihood of an attack occurring at your medical facility.

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