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How schools in Fontana do instant security checks on visitors

This article originally appeared in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin and was written by Beau Yarbrough. To view the original article, click here. Fontana, CA – Visit the campus of Dorothy Grant Elementary School, and the first thing you’ll be asked to do is hand over your driver’s license. You’ll get it back a minute

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Raptor in the News: KNX-AM Radio Interviews Jim Vesterman

Listen to Jim Vesterman speak about Raptor Technologies during an interview with KNX-AM Radio in Los Angeles, CA. The interview originally aired on March 28, 2017. Los Angeles, CA — This is the CBS World News Roundup Late Edition. I’m Dave Barrett. No more pencil and paper sign-in sheets for school visitors in Laguna Beach.

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Questions Raised About School Security After Shooting

This article originally appeared on NBC4 News and was written by Lolita Lopez and Dennis Lahti. To view the original article, click here. Universal City, CA – Watch KNBC’s report on the recent elementary school shooting in San Bernardino, CA, and learn how the Raptor System helps provide security at a Glendale Unified School District

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California shooting has Bay area parents re-examining security

This article originally appeared on WTSP-TV and was written by Eric Glasser. To view the original article, click here. Tampa, FL – Monday’s deadly shooting at a school in San Bernardino, California, has a lot of parents reassessing the rules and regulations when it comes to adults entering their children’s school campuses. It’s a reasonable

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Security measures hitting the mark at St. Charles schools

This article originally appeared in the St. Charles Herald Guide and was written by Ryan Arena. To view the original article, click here. A safety audit of the St. Charles Parish Schools System revealed a 16 percent reduction in items deemed “unsatisfactory” from 2014 to 2016, according to a presentation made at last week’s meeting

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