Schools push back on polling site designations due to security concerns
A new charter school just miles from Marjory Stoneman Douglas could be the most advanced campus in terms of security in the state.
With gun violence now a reality in school corridors and classrooms, officials are faced with the significant, yet daunting, task of ensuring that students, faculty and staff are secure in what traditionally has been considered a safe environment.
Campus lockdown procedures, much like other emergency response and disaster preparedness measures, are critical to the safe and secure operation of a school campus.
People who studied education most likely have no formal training in the security field, yet now they are expected to make expert decisions about campus security.
As the push for connected campuses advances, many facilities are looking to upgrade their security systems from mechanical to electronic access control.
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When searching for a new access control provider, Townsend cited the security of students and protection of facilities as two of the biggest challenges the new system needed to manage.
Maryland schools are adding security vestibules to better manage visitors.
Michigan State University and Notre Dame are fierce competitors, but off the field, they are among university police departments nationwide who join forces by employing specially trained Vapor Wake K-9s with one goal: keeping campuses safe.