The Nemours Children’s Health System is a national resource focused on providing pediatric medical care, research, education, prevention, and advocacy.
Like cities and towns everywhere, campuses today face tremendous challenges when it comes to managing traffic and transportation.
Improving safety and security at schools and campuses is a critical topic of discussion amongst school administrators and the myriad security professionals serving the education marketplace.
When it comes to safeguarding any educational facility, restricting access—particularly to secured areas—is vital.
The best environment for learning is one where students, teachers and staff feel safe.
Hospitals are where people go to seek treatment, recover and address critical injuries.
Schools unfortunately have become a scary place to be, and it's hard for students to learn at their full potential when they feel so unsafe.
Columbia College Chicago is focused on embracing security while still maintaining an open environment for students, staff and visitors. With its manual revolving door and barrier free optical turnstiles, the university is doing just that.
It’s no secret that the landscape for campus security professionals has shifted enormously since our last edition went to press in March.
Coppell, Texas, is a suburban community in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, with a reputation for strong community services, including a premier public education system ensured by the administrators, faculty, and staff of the Coppell Independent School District.
Striking a delicate balance between security and functionality has always been a challenging objective for school administrators, who have to consider several factors in an attempt to make this possible.