Fayetteville City Schools installed new security measures on its campuses during spring break, including more security cameras and door security systems.
Much like cities, campuses are embracing sophisticated artificial intelligence and datadriven solutions to understand, mitigate and solve security and operational challenges.
Keeping students and staff safe while they’re at school is critically important for public, private, and charter school leaders—and controlling who has access to the building is a fundamental element of any school safety plan.
With the recent media hype about low frequency card readers being easily hacked, schools are now being encouraged to upgrade their low-frequency card readers to higher frequency 13.56 MHz (also known as smart card technology) which are far more difficult to hack.
Bayou View Middle School has invested $2 million in safety measures to control access to the campus.
Joe Parks, Plano ISD executive director of safety and security services, gave an update on the district’s security measures at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
New Albany-Plain Local Schools is using technology to secure their schools and make their lunch payment systems more efficient.
The school board of the Rancho Santa Fe School District has approved plans to install an electronic access control system by the next school year.
Schools in Douglas County are introducing an access card system and crisis alert system to improve safety on their campuses.