Andy: Hey, everyone. We’re here with another podcast today. I’m here with Dan from Smarter Security, and we’re going to talk about turnstiles, the effective use of them, the different types of them and some problems they solve. So everybody welcome Dan, and we can get started with an overview of turnstiles and types and …
Schools often plan and practice for events that they deem more probable such as fires, health-related incidents, and natural disasters. However, they don’t rehearse what to do in active shooter incidents. School administrators present arguments that it’s highly unlikely that a shooting or bombing event would happen on campus.
College and university security plans are challenging to develop. The campus constantly grows and evolves, making it essential to re-assess your security plan regularly. A multi-layered, security equipment-oriented approach to security is necessary to enhance campus safety. There are several things to look at when upgrading your current plan or developing and implementing a new one.
With fewer people around and less traffic, you’ll have more time to look for problems and fix them. Here are three protocols you can review today that will enhance university security.