Locking up campus

IR Security & Safety

At one time, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va., had as many as seven different key systems. As it nears its centennial celebration in 2008, it is taking steps to upgrade access control on more than 15,000 campus doors. It plans to upgrade the conventional key system to a patent-protected, high-security system; move to computer-managed (CM) electronic locks in critical areas; and add programmable locks to residence suites.
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