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June 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2009 Supplement, p22
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Case Study
The article presents case studies related to school security in the U.S. The fastest, safest, and most cost effective method to lockdown a campus is the use of panic exit devices with electrified dogging. The University of Richmond has installed video camera on its campus dining hall, dormitory, and bursar's office in Richmond, Virginia. The Eastern Nazarene College (ENC) has installed Brivo ACS WebService to provide security for students, staff, and faculty in Quincy, Massachusetts.


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