5 Problems & Solutions: School Security & Daily Operations

5 Problems & Solutions: School Security & Daily Operations

As safety threats evolve, chances are your school, district or university is now dusting off and upgrading emergency response tools and processes on your campus(es). Given the financial limitations typical of school budgets, it’s worth noting the same school security technology that helps you minimize loss in a crisis can also improve daily operations, productivity,…

Mandatory Panic Buttons at Schools: Will Alyssa’s Law Go Nationwide?

Alyssa’s Law, which requires schools to have silent panic alarms installed and linked to local law enforcement, is now on the books in New Jersey, and is pending in New York and Florida. Federal legislation could take it nationwide. How Alyssa’s Law came to be Named for Parkland shooting victim Alyssa Alhadeff, Alyssa’s Law is…

School Security: Better Emergency Response on a Tight Budget

As school budgets shrink and safety risks rise, keeping students, staff and visitors safe is a BIG job — one that often exceeds the time, funding and skill sets you have available. Understandably, reading up on emergency management advice often highlights how far you still have to go, and the gaps you can’t do much…

School Policing Association Announces Standards for Armed Officers in Schools

  In a meeting with the Federal Commission on School Safety, Mo Canady, executive director of the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO), recently unveiled recommended standards for school resource officer programs. (Think armed officers trained specifically for the school environment.) NASRO defines a school resource officer (SRO) as a “sworn, certified law enforcement…