Playing it Safe on Campus

Ritchey, Diane
May 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;May2010, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p60
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the initiative of various universities to adopt security systems in response to the increasing number of students in the U.S. Fred Behr, director of Public Safety at St. Olaf College reveals that they are implementing an artificially created community which provides students with security escorts, building access and patrols. It also mentions the move Jacksonville State University (JSU) to adopt biometric reader to provide students with unique identification number.


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