Increasing School Security through Visual Identification
This complimentary webinar will provide you with new ideas to make your school a safer place when students return after the summer break.
Recent school events have focused the attention of administrators, security officers and IT professionals on raising the level of safety for students, staff and visitors. Policies are created or re-examined to make sure that everyone on campus has a legitimate purpose.
“Leaving safety up to chance is waiting for an accident to happen.” Gary Lambert, Director of 21st Century Learning, Beekmantown Central School District, webinar speaker.
This complimentary webinar will provide you with new ideas to make your school a safer place when students return after the summer break by answering the following questions:
- How are schools around the country raising security through visual identification, enforcing staff, students and visitors to wear and display their ID consistently?
- What are the details of the safety plan at Beekmantown CSD, a district with four schools and 2,000 students, and how is this consistently executed one step at a time?
- What are low cost and easy to implement ideas to strengthen the ID badge program, while benefiting from new functionality for staff, students, volunteers and vendors?
Zach Winn is a senior editor at Campus Safety. He has been writing about best practices and solutions in the school security industry since February of 2015.
Gary Lambert is the Director of 21st Century Learning for the Beekmantown Central School District in upstate New York, where he has worked for the last 25 years. He started as a Middle & High School French & Spanish teacher, moving to a Technology Coordinator role and his current position. His work experiences have given him a broad knowledge of planning, organizing, and managing the technology infrastructure of a K-12 educational institution as well as an aptitude for integrating that technology into all aspects of the organization. He has overseen countless technology related district initiatives but most recently he has overseen a massive redesign of the district’s premise security system to keep staff and students safer.
Mike Mans managed the Direct-to-Card printer portfolio at HID Global, developing and planning of innovative solutions for key target market segments, including education.
Justin Strauss has been with ID Wholesaler since 2007. He has worked with hundreds of schools during this time, evolving their ID badging program by increasing functionality, convenience and security. He currently leads a team of Account Managers in meeting customer needs.