Loudoun County (Va.) district boosts building security

May 8, 2007
Locked doors, cameras and intercoms will limit entry to buildings.

Loudoun County, Va., schools soon will greet all visitors with something new: a locked front door, a video camera and a button-activated intercom to request entrance. Inside, office staff will screen the visitors and decide whom to buzz in.
Click here to read The Washington Post article

SIDEBAR: Here's how some Washington, D.C., area school systems monitor entry to buildings. Click here to read The Washington Post article.

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