Shelby County, Tenn., schools get security upgrades

Jan. 30, 2008
Remote-controlled door locks, video intercom will be installed at all elementary schools

The magnetized doors at Riverdale Elementary School in Shelby County, Tenn., are part of a security system that enables office staff to control locks from inside, while viewing visitors from a video intercom system. After surveying the visitor, staff can press a button to release the latch or call police. Shelby County Schools plans to have the same security system in every elementary school by next school year.

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