Developing a security plan is critical for the safety of students, staff, and faculty on college and university campuses. Every campus must be aware of their vulnerabilities to create a successful security plan. Because each school is unique, there isn’t one model that fits every campus.
According to rand.org, there were 371 mass shootings in the U.S. in 2015. Mass shootings are becoming more prevalent every year. A shooting incident takes an environment from calm to chaos in mere seconds, and innocent lives are at stake. Finally, technology provides a solution to help first responders and administrators respond more quickly and efficiently to the location of the gunfire.
With more than two-thirds of active shooter incidents taking place at businesses and schools, it’s time to make addressing these threats a security priority. At Wain Security, we now offer the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System so that your campus or place of business can do that at a low monthly cost.
A solid business security plan neither starts nor ends with having electronic security systems installed. The truth is, a good security plan takes time to plan – and the time to do it is not after an emergency. With that in mind, here are some tips for designing a business security plan you can live with and benefit from, no matter the size or budget of the organization.
When it comes time to upgrade commercial security system or install a new one, entrusting the duties of managed implementation to a vendor you can trust has tangible advantages. At Wain Security, we earn the buy-in of our clients by demonstrating our experience with the following critical pieces of project management.