Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine Digital Edition - January 2017

January 2017

  • CONQUERING A FEEDING FRENZY
  • PROTECTING OUTDOOR SPACES
  • THE BUILDING BLOCKS
  • PLAN OF ACTION
  • NEW SOLUTIONS TO SECURING A CAMPUS


New Solutions To Securing A Campus

By Benjamin Bryant

At first blush, the concept of bringing military operational and intelligence know-how to campus security may seem strange.


Protecting Outdoor Spaces

Protecting Outdoor Spaces

By Bruce Czerwinski

College and university campuses have hundreds— even thousands—of outdoor acres to secure, from parking lots to exercise trails. however, many of the standard security solutions— locks, access control and intrusion alarms—used to protect the indoor environment have little impact outdoors.


The Building Blocks

By Brandon Reich

Educational institutions face an increasing risk environment. recent high-profile incidents emphasize these risks and magnify the vulnerabilities that educational facilities face. this has led to an increase in public demand for improved security solutions across campuses.


Conquering A Feeding Frenzy

Conquering A Feeding Frenzy

By Tracie Thomas

Pensacola christian college (pcc), in northwest florida, is located just off the warm emerald waters of florida’s gulf coast. pcc became a reality in 1974 when 100 students arrived at the college’s one building.


Leveraging Data

Leveraging Data

By Dave Bhattacharjee

Campus security, both in a corporate and higher education setting, can be improved by leveraging data from access control systems to drive future security decisions.