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Kirkwood School District hired Raptor Visitor Management System

This article originally appeared on Webster-Kirkwood News. To view the original article, click here. Jun 21, 2019   The Kirkwood School District will soon require all visitors to present a driver’s license or ID before being allowed to enter any of its schools. The district recently hired Raptor Technologies to install a visitor management system in

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Knoxville School District Boosting Security with the Raptor System

This article originally appeared on KNIA-KRLS News. To view the original article, click here. Mar 20, 2019   The Knoxville School District is taking a harder stance on security throughout the district for the upcoming school year. The district is partnering with Raptor Technologies from Houston Texas to provide the district with enterprise-level integrated school safety

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New Visitor Management System to be Implemented at Michigan District

Raptor Visitor Management System Implemented at Michigan District

This article originally appeared on Campus life security. To view the original article, click here. Mar 20, 2019   Bay City Public Schools will be implementing the formal visitor management system known as Raptor on Monday, April 8. The system was paid for through a $500,000 Safe and Secure grant awarded by Michigan State Police. The Raptor system

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1 year after Parkland, schools amp up security

This article originally appeared on WNEM 5 News. To view the original article, click here. Feb 14, 2019 It has been one year since 17 people were killed and another 17 were injured after a gunman stormed the halls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The massacre in Parkland occurred over the span

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This Is How America Tries To Protect Students From Mass Shooters

Schools around the US have put a patchwork of defenses into place against a constant and singular threat: guns. How do you defend a packed classroom against someone intent on opening fire on it? In one Pennsylvania school, it’s a bucket of river rocks to throw at a shooter. In Littleton, Colorado, it’s constant video surveillance.

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