By Jeremy Saline
Looking ahead to 2022, there are many things we are happy to say goodbye to. However, as with everything in life, there is always so much to learn from every experience – good or bad.
By Rick Taylor
Access control technology has been a security staple at Clemson University for over 20 years. In the late 90s, the housing department implemented access control to secure its residence halls. Over time, other academic and administrative departments followed to enhance facility security.
By Matt Jones
It is hard to believe another year is almost behind us. This year, K–12 and higher education institutions took the first steps back toward normalcy as they resumed in-person learning.
By Mandy Dekkers, Bas Stoffelen
The gym industry is changing, and according to Willem-Jan, the current trend is for members to have flexibility and more time to exercise at their own convenience. This means that gyms may be open 24/7.
By Steve Mullins
The pandemic has been a challenging time for everyone in higher education, especially those in charge of emergency management and public safety.
By Aaron Saks
CCSD 89 employs 350 people working in six locations, including four elementary schools, one middle school, and one administrative building for Registration and Human Resources. The buildings used to have traditional analog cameras and DVRs running on coaxial cables, but the district recently made the decision to upgrade its system.
By Craig Matsumoto
Keeping our nation’s college and university population safe and secure requires the partnership of college administrators, law enforcement and security professionals.
By Wayne Dorris
When lockdowns began in March of 2020, educators scrambled to adjust to the new reality.
By Paul Messenger
For schools around the United States, increased violent crime and active shooter situations have brought a sharp focus on safety, and polls show the growing fears among American parents.
By Chris Noell
Driven by their grief and dedication to stop the unthinkable from taking another life, Alyssa's parents, Lori and Ilan Alhadeff created the Make Our Schools Safe foundation to promote Alyssa's Law.
By Ralph C. Jensen
Established in 1926, Texas Southmost College (TSC) was selected as a Bright Spot by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. The college offers more than 50 programs of study leading to an associate degree or certificate.