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Campus Safety 2019 Access Control & LockdownSurvey

IMPORTANT: Please click on the "submit" button at the bottom of the survey when you are finished taking it, even if you don't answer all of the questions.

1. Please describe the campus/district or institution you are responsible for protecting: *This question is required.
2. Which of the following best describes the student population of your campus? *This question is required.
3. Which of the following best describes the size of your hospital/healthcare organization? *This question is required.
6. In the past two years, has your campus/district/institution adopted new or upgraded any of the following? If not, are you considering doing so in the near future?
Space Cell YesYes -- and we are considering adding more within the next 2 yearsNo -- but we are considering doing so within the next 2 yearsNo
Card and/or biometric access control system(s)
Locks and/or door hardware
Visitor management system(s)
Fences
Secure front entrance vestibule(s)
Window safety and/or security solution(s)
Lockdown/shelter-in-place policies and procedures
7. Approximately how much of your campus can lockdown?
8. For the parts of your campus that CAN be locked down, how quickly can that be accomplished?
9. For the parts of the campus that CAN be locked down, what is/are the primary way(s) you would do so? (choose all that apply):
 
10. What is your organization's average cost per door opening?
11.

PHYSICAL ACCESS CONTROL: Aside from cost/budget issues, how significant have been the following challenges that you may have faced during the past year?

Space Cell Extremely challengingVery challengingSomewhat challengingMarginally challengingLittle or no challengeI don't know
Our campus layout is open, so it's very difficult to lockdown our campus or control access
Our students, faculty and/or staff are required to carry too many credentials or keys
Lack of metal detection, or our detectors need to be upgraded
Lack of a visitor management system, or the system we have needs to be upgraded
Design and/or placement of our windows makes us vulnerable to safety and security incidents
Tracking and managing keys
12. Please rank how important each of the following are when selecting a new campus ID technology. The one you think is the most important should be ranked first, the second most important should be ranked second, etc. Note: for the following table each column is restricted to a single answer across all rows.
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ACCESS CONTROL, LOCK and LOCKDOWN POLICY & PERSONNEL ISSUES: Aside from cost/budget issues, how significant have been the following challenges that you may have faced during the past year?

Space Cell Extremely challengingVery challengingSomewhat challengingMarginally challengingLittle or no challengeI don't know
Policies supporting our access control system(s) don't exist or the ones we have need to be upgraded
We don't have enough staff to operate our access control system(s) and/or locks
Staff don't know how to effectively manage our access control system(s)
Support/buy-in from students, faculty and/or staff is lagging
Support/buy-in from management/administration is lagging
IT department buy-in/support and cooperation lagging
14. Has your campus/district/institution experienced any of the following problems with its locks/door hardware in the past two years? (Check all that apply).
Space Cell YesNoI don't know
Our locks and door hardware have not been properly maintained
Our locks and door hardware are not properly configured for safety and security
Doors that should have locks on them do not
Students, staff, administrators and teachers are not trained on our access control policies or don't follow our policies (regarding things like propping doors open, for example)
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ACCESS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY: Aside from cost/budget issues, how significant have been the following challenges that you may have faced during the past year?

Space Cell Extremely challengingVery challengingSomewhat challengingMarginally challengingLittle or no challengeI don't know
We don't have a card access control or biometric system installed on our campus
We can't find a good integrator to install our equipment
I want to install more access control technology, but I don't have the expertise to know where to start
Maintenance of card access systems (If you don't have a card or biometric access control system installed, skip this question)
Older access system(s) can't integrate/interoperate with new access control systems (If you don't have a card or biometric access control system installed, skip this question)
Our access system(s) isn't integrated with our other public safety systems (e.g. video surveillance, intrusion, fire, etc.) (If you don't have a card or biometric access control system installed, skip this question)
Access control software bugs and updates (If you don't have a card or biometric access control system installed, skip this question)
16. What is the most important feature missing from your current access control system? The feature you think is the most important should be ranked first, and the second most important should be ranked second, etc. Note: for the following table each column is restricted to a single answer across all rows.
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