School & Campus Security

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School & Campus Security

most valuable assets

No matter what side of the row you are on when it comes to the issue of gun violence in the United States, there’s no denial that many school campuses in our nation in both secondary and post secondary  enviroments have experienced violent attacks in recent years.  When it comes to School and Capus Security, Lock Down Executives realize that it is more prevalent now than ever that we provide protection for our students and we stand ready to partner with you to meet your security needs.

We Must Protect Our Most Valuable Assets, “Our Children”!

At Lock Down Executives, we realize that in our Schools and Campuses, our Security role is more than just to provide a presence that signals deterrance.  We offer a full range of services that provide an all-around sense of security well-being and empowerment for not only staff members, but students alike.

Our professional staff provide a wealth of training to address staff and student awareness of all aspects of security and safety.  We help our organizations implement planning systems that include emergency action plans, zone designations, primary and seondary crisis resolution options.

We are prepared to offer a thorough and comprehensive assessment of your school or campus to identify Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threats to the safety and security of your daily operations.  The number one culprit in safety and security is complaceny.  Feeling as if it could never happen to us.

Comprehensive Solutions!

Trusted Provider

We will work with you to develop a flexible, cost-effective strategic security plan that anticipates when more or fewer security officers may be needed. Together, we develop protection and safety protocols before, during, and after any school event including:

  • Campus Security
  • Athletics
  • Special Events
  • Crowd and Traffic Control
  • Administrative Meetings

Bi-Annual Statistics

The figure below represents the percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported having access to a loaded gun, without adult permission, at school or away from school during the school year, by sex.  2007-2015

  • 2007
  • 2009
  • 2011
  • 2013
  • 2015
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