Considerations for School Visitor Access Control and Monitoring
Many schools and districts will invest in electronic access control features that allow for enhanced security integrations and unifications, but the process can be daunting. Attend this Webcast and learn from the experts.
Presented by the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS)
Controlling access to school property, buildings and classrooms is a basic security function and responsibility of school district safety personnel. Mechanical locks have historically formed the base for any access control system, but there are other critical elements school districts must consider when evaluating access control solutions.
Many schools and districts will invest in electronic access control features that allow for enhanced security integrations and unifications, but the process can be daunting.
Join this webcast and learn how to:
- Identify access control measures to consider in the layers of security
- How to distinguish needed and effective access control solutions from sales pitches on unnecessary products
- Identify alternative access control measures to mitigate threats and or other concerns
- Understanding of how access control should further the unification of security and safety components and related systems.
Michael Garcia, Board Member, Partner Alliance for Safer Schools
Guy Grace, Chair, Partner Alliance for Safer Schools