Perimeter Security: Protecting Your Campus’ Glass from Forced Entry and Severe Weather
Protecting people and property begins at the perimeter of a building, and making sure key areas like windows and glass doors are secure can significantly improve the safety of school campuses.
Protecting people and property begins at the perimeter of a building. But if campus safety professionals are unable to prevent intruders from gaining access, problems ensue. And in a world filled with frequent shootings, looting, riots, terrorism, and natural disasters, building perimeter security problems have run rampant.
What can be done?
In partnership with NGS, Campus Safety conducted the 2022 Window Security and Safety Survey to find out.
Join our upcoming webinar to:
- Learn the key findings and takeaways from the survey
- Discover actionable insights to strengthen building perimeter security
- Learn how to protect people and property from active shooters, forced entry, looting, riots, bomb- blasts, seismic activity, windstorms, graffiti, and more
James Beale, Chief Executive Officer, NGS
James Beale is a leading expert in glazing security solutions and specializes in helping organizations evaluate and implement building envelope security technologies. His expertise comes from more than 15 years of industry experience and founding NGS, the nation’s largest and fastest-growing glazing film and security solutions company. His customer-first approach has helped him become the go-to glazing security consultant for multiple fortune 500 companies.