representative group of industry professionals with experience in school
security is being formed to develop an "Electronic Security Guidelines for
Schools," using a group consensus method, with the final draft to be
issued on June 1, 2013. These guidelines will represent the collective wisdom
and knowledge of the security industry and be used as an aid to school officials
in their efforts to secure their schools.
in individual phone interviews to discuss their experience in school
security and the practices they use.
written drafts of the guidelines.
in 3 to 5 group conference calls to resolve and merge variations in
a one-day in-person meeting in the mid-May time frame, at a location
agreeable to the group.
gratefully acknowledge all contributions of experts in the final guidelines,
which will be circulated nationwide, providing valuable advice to those
addressing school security and valuable exposure for contributors.
parties are asked to reply via e-mail to Merlin.Guilbeau@ESAweb.org no
later than May 1.
time frame for development of this important document is short, so early replies
are greatly appreciated. Any questions regarding this project may also be
directed to the above e-mail address.
We know your time is valuable, and we appreciate
your contributions to this important industry initiative. Together, we can
provide a vital resource for schools as they focus more attention on their
security needs – making a significant positive impact for our members, their
customers and the safety of our children.