Campus Security & Life Safety Magazine - May June 2021

May / June 2021


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Reducing Response Time

Reducing Response Time

By Christian Connors

Some of the greatest challenges to campus security include the monitoring of multiple buildings and gathering areas, coupled with tracking the frequent comings and goings of students, staff and visitors through many open access points throughout the campus.


Aeroturn Makes The Grade During Global Pandemic

Aeroturn Makes The Grade During Global Pandemic

eroturn continues to lead the way in perimeter protection solutions even through a global pandemic.

Changing of the Guard

By Ralph C. Jensen

Campus Security & Life Safety (CSLS) magazine has always been close to my heart and has a mission like no other.

The Classroom Advantage

The Classroom Advantage

By Matt Jones

The University of Louisiana Monroe has partnered with Trox, an education technology solutions company, to install a state-of-the-art active learning classroom for its College of Pharmacy.

Bridging the Digital Divide

Bridging the Digital Divide

By Scott Schoepel

While the digital divide has long been a problem for educators, the pandemic brought the issue to the forefront as schools began implementing distance learning models.

Protecting Digital Data

Protecting Digital Data

By Richard Kanadjian

While the debate regarding the opening of many schools continues, it looks as if distance learning and school administration will continue to some degree.

Preparing Your Campus

By Jim Primovic

Creating a safe and secure learning environment has always been a top priority for campus security professionals and administrators, but it becomes more and more complex with the constantly changing landscape.

Streamline Your Security Process

Streamline Your Security Process

By Sharon Jung

Campus security has become more complex over the last decade.

Protecting Hospital Visitors

By Greg Hamm

When a Mercedes-Benz SUV plowed into another unsuspecting vehicle and shot through the lobby of the emergency room in Atlanta's Piedmont Hospital’s last June, four people were injured and one died.

A Growing Need

By Dr. Keita M. Franklin

The pandemic has intensified concerns about student mental health and well-being.

Be Prepared

Be Prepared

By Paul Shain

One of the biggest challenges for any campus is providing a safe environment for students to live and learn.

The Role of Audio

By Kelly Lake

Buildings – they are the places where we live, work and play.

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