With more than 20 years of experience in supporting 25+ New Jersey school districts and area universities, we know how to help schools remain safe and protected.
Because every school’s scenario is unique, we provide an in-depth survey and analysis of your campus to help you determine which solutions will be most beneficial in protecting your faculty, staff, and students. Dynamic is guided by the following four basic best practices for school security.
Secure doors when they are supposed to be secured
Achieving this simple-sounding goal actually goes far beyond having reliable closers and latch hardware. Your security system should alert security staff if a door remains open for longer than normal, and that alert duration should vary from door to door. The notifications themselves should escalate depending on the staff response. That same security system should also show you video of the door, to guide the proper response. All of this is possible using modern integrated security system components.
Know who is going in and out
Video-enabled intercoms are a start. Your security system can track teachers and students as they swipe into the building and interior doors, and log each entry for later searches if needed. Video analytics can monitor unauthorized pedestrian activity in delineated areas, which is particularly useful at night. License plate recognition systems and database integration can notify you if an unwanted vehicle enters the property. Modern video surveillance systems have greatly simplified forensic searches, even allowing attribute-based lookups like “show me anyone wearing a yellow shirt on Tuesday morning.”
Build a system that is aware of differing conditions
By this, we mean lockdown drills, snow days, early dismissal, teacher conferences, and sports events. Your system should adapt to each one of these, automatically adjusting rules for access control, video, and notifications. Smart security software enables this to avoid common workarounds that commonly open gaps in your security plan.
Make your system work as a whole and be flexible
Certain vendors of proprietary software and hardware lock school districts into their systems, limiting upgrade paths and access to innovation. Your security system should instead be built on open-architecture principles, which saves money over time.
Public Sector Contracts
MCSSD Cooperative Contract 103-MCSSSDCPS-21-13
New Jersey State Contract A81381
USA General Services Administration GS07F-0251X
K12 and Higher Education Security System Components
- The Secuni engineering team has vast experience integrating system components.
- For multisite and global clients, we design with scalability in mind.
- We can integrate existing hardware into an upgraded system.
- Custom software development for your specific operational cases.
- Cameras and software to provide quick searching.
- On-premise, cloud-based, or hybrid.
- Smart attribute searching for people, vehicles, and more.
- See your cameras on a smartphone.
- Axis, Hanwha, Avigilon, EagleEye, Milestone, and more vendors.
- Minimize friction as people enter & exit.
- One card for all your facilities.
- Mobile credentials too.
- Send an alert when a door is propped open.
- Active Directory integration.
- LenelS2, RS2, Salto, and more lockset and software vendors.
- Unified public address systems.
- Applications for visitor management, emergency, and more.
- Integrated with your physical access control and video surveillance systems.
- Custom integrations with barrier control and perimeter security.
- Commend, Aiphone, and other vendors.
- Integrated with life safety systems and physical access control.
- Duress triggers and alarms
- Status Solutions and other vendors.
- Secuni has substantial experience building middleware to solve connection needs between disparate systems.
- Our capabilities extend from door hardware to databases.
Selected Partners for K12 and Higher Education
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