With the increasing violence in education, protecting students and faculty through the use of security has become a high priority for all institutions that deal with education. Peak performance from your security systems and equipment helps assure that the learning environment is comfortable, safe, and productive which leads to student achievement. Dakota Security Systems understands that you face unique challenges and can limit your vulnerability to risks by addressing the following items:

  • Vandalism
  • Truancy
  • Protection of Children
  • Assault
  • Drug Prevention
  • Sexual Assault
  • Access Control
  • Theft
  • Liability Claims
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Surveillance
  • Parental Peace of Mind

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Shooting Reinforces Need For Active Shooter Response Training Shooting Reinforces Need For Active Shooter Response Training (Feb 23, 2015)

A Lennox, South Dakota shooting reinforced the need for everyone to be prepared for an active shooter. Across the country, active shooters have entered both public and private places. Just this past year, hospitals in South Dakota practiced what to … Continue reading

16 Steps to Better School Front Entrance Security 16 Steps to Better School Front Entrance Security (Feb 09, 2015)

If anything good can come from Sandy Hook, it’s the knowledge that the security upgrades implemented at the school shortly before the attack, as well as the heroic actions of teachers and staff that day, probably slowed down the gunman … Continue reading

Blackboard Spring Training Blackboard Spring Training (Feb 07, 2015)

Title: Blackboard Spring Training Location: Glendale, Arizona Link out: Click here Start Date: 2015-02-09 End Date: 2015-02-11 The Blackboard Spring Training is coming up on on February 9-11 in Glendale, Arizona at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa.

Staff Recommended: Panic Alarms Staff Recommended: Panic Alarms (Jan 30, 2015)

Whether it is a school or hospital, campus safety officials sometimes settle on mobile duress panic alarms instead of camera or access control technology because the personal wireless pendants are seen as the “least intrusive” security solution for the staff. … Continue reading

Teen with Gun Gets Through School Detector Teen with Gun Gets Through School Detector (Jan 21, 2015)

Two school district employees will be fired for allegedly letting a student with a loaded gun into a school after he set off a metal detector at the entrance, the school superintendent said. A 17-year-old student was arrested at the school on an … Continue reading