Perimeter Security


Wyoming Medical Center Boosts Security Following Active Shooter Incident

Wyoming Medical Center Boosts Security Following Active Shooter Incident

Wyoming Medical Center plans to upgrade its security equipment and protocols following a shooting and lockdown last month.

Tennessee District Increases Entrance Security

Tennessee District Increases Entrance Security

Fayetteville City Schools installed new security measures on its campuses during spring break, including more security cameras and door security systems.

Maryland District to Add External Door Monitoring Systems

Maryland District to Add External Door Monitoring Systems

The St. Mary’s County Public Schools board of education approved Wednesday the installation of external door monitoring system.

Indoor Positioning Tech Enhances Campus Security with 3D View

Indoor Positioning Tech Enhances Campus Security with 3D View

With the ever-present risks of crises and emergency situations on university campuses, the A&MSA Police Department began looking for ways to increase efficiency when it came to campus security.

Risks of Aging Technology and Benefits of Upgrading

Many organizations maintain regular technology refresh schedules where old equipment is replaced on a set schedule, usually every three to five years.

Mississippi Middle School Invests $2 Million in Access Control

Mississippi Middle School Invests $2 Million in Access Control

Bayou View Middle School has invested $2 million in safety measures to control access to the campus.

NC School for the Deaf to Implement Nearly $1M in Security Upgrades

The first project will be a security perimeter fence, which will include a gatehouse with controlled access. Other projects include internal security measures and mechanisms based around visually-oriented mass communication.

South Carolina District Installs Panic Buttons to Lock Doors

South Carolina District Installs Panic Buttons to Lock Doors

Director of Safety Bryan Vaughn said that safety department administrators can secure doors in the whole district, even if they’re not currently on that campus. Vaughn said that the panic button system can unlock doors as quickly as it can lock them.



Minnesota High School Updates Entrance Security Following Early Morning Assault

Minnesota High School Updates Entrance Security Following Early Morning Assault

The changes to security include a new door lock schedule. All exterior doors on both the north and south campuses of the high school will be locked until 7 a.m. on school days. After 7 a.m., six entrances to the campuses will be open for students to enter, and doors will be locked again when classes start at 8:20 a.m.

A Different View of Protection for Outdoor Spaces

Outdoor protection for campuses requires the monitoring of numerous surveillance camera feeds—which many school districts might not have the manpower to watch 24/7.

Digital Edition

  • Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - March April 2019

    March/April 2019

    Featuring:

    • Proactive Steps in Protecting Students Using Technology
    • Securing Our Hospitals and Protecting Your Privacy
    • Leveraging a Unified Mass Notification Solution
    • From Safe Campus to Smart Campus

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