Facility Security


Iowa State to Appeal Big 12 Fine after Fans Rush Field

Iowa State to Appeal Big 12 Fine after Fans Rush Field

ISU was fined by the Big 12 after students and fans rushed the field after winning against WVU, making it unsafe for the apposing team to leave the field.

Minnesota School District to Deploy New Security Features

Minnesota School District to Deploy New Security Features

The preschool entrance at TCU-Montgomery will also receive a secure entrance thanks to the bond. A buzzer system and shatterproof glass will be added to the main entrance.



Assessments Lead to Security Upgrades at Tampa Bay Schools

Assessments Lead to Security Upgrades at Tampa Bay Schools

The Safe School Assessments, required for all Florida schools through the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Act, had to be completed by Aug. 1.

Hospitals Find it Hard to Protect Against Gun Violence

Hospitals Find it Hard to Protect Against Gun Violence

Hospitals are continuously looking to increase security, but the accessible environment of the facility makes upgrades challenging.

Nothing is more important to organizations and schools across the country than the safety and security of their students.

Invisible Protection

Nothing is more important to organizations and schools across the country than the safety and security of their students.

They Are Only Human

They Are Only Human

For reasons both good and bad, we are living with a heightened security awareness that has changed how educational organizations equip and operate their campuses.

Technology and School Security

Technology and School Security

With 18 reported school shootings since January 2018, there has understandably been a focus on keeping students and staff safe.

New Ohio High School Designed with Security in Mind

New Ohio High School Designed with Security in Mind

The new school will feature cameras, panic buttons, a security vestibule, and an electronic map of the school accessible by police.

Austin School Districts Use Bond Funds to Improve Safety

Austin School Districts Use Bond Funds to Improve Safety

Bob Cervi, Austin ISD executive director of construction management and facilities, said the district is working with architects, engineers and district police to ensure the latest and greatest in safety is included in their new and renovated campuses.

Hospital Reviews Security After Fake Doctor Caught

Hospital Reviews Security After Fake Doctor Caught

Security at every level, from keycards to cameras, was deemed “not fit for purpose” following repeated trespasses by the same individual posing as staff over a six month period.

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