How SAVI Can Help Schools and Universities Improve Security

Here’s an overview of NAPCO’s SAVI, a self-auditing tool that schools and universities can use to evaluate their safety and security needs.

NAPCO Security Technologies has developed a self-auditing tool for both schools and universities to evaluate their campus security needs, called the Security Access-Control Vulnerability Index (SAVI).

This tool measures how well a campus can withstand an active shooter event. It then teaches them how to choose a security solution that will fit into their budget.

In this exclusive video with Campus Safety magazine , Scott Schramm of NAPCO and Continental Access describes how K-12 and higher education campuses can use SAVI to improve the physical safety and security of their facilities. If a campus has a SAVI assessment done on their site by a professional, they will get a free Marks classroom LocDown lock. There is no obligation.

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