Placement Plan and Police Collaboration

Introducing the shields into a school environment is accomplished with a strategic placement plan and training. This is best developed through our collaboration with your local law enforcement or security consultants which are already familiar with your school and neighborhood.

Entry and Common Area Placements, 3 to 5 Shields per School:
Entry Areas are at the highest risk of an initial attack and where protection is most needed to limit escalation. Personnel trained for such a response or on-site security personnel are also generally located in entry areas and with an IoT connected shield they instantly more effective.

Common Areas such as libraries and cafeterias may require more than one placement to cover the entire area. An attack in these areas can be most devastating given the large number of people using the confined space. 

Classroom Placements, One per Room:
To insure immediate protection, a shield on the desk of every teacher gives the greatest amount of coverage throughout the entire campus.

Input from teachers indicates the shield will also be very useful to stop classroom violence in general. This includes protection from knife and fist fight violence, assisting classroom management. 

Area Count  Description Phase A Phase B Phase C
Entry Area For administration personnel that may first encounter a threat.  xx  xx  xx
Common Libraries and cafeterias or other locations having many people in a confined space.  xx  xx  xx
Classrooms Teachers desk.  xx  xx  xx