Professional security officers, integrated electronic security solutions and pre-employment screening of faculty and staff, are no longer optional. These are just some of many life safety solutions school administrators and educational institutions around the country must consider.
Knowing what you need to reduce risk requires a willingness to recognize your vulnerabilities and committing to a multi-layered strategy in order to protect your greatest assets.
Since 2001, Integrated has been providing schools across the country with smart alternatives to traditional guard services. Using trained security professionals, modern access control, emergency planning and training, we can shift your response from reactive to proactive and increase the potential to save lives. Established evacuation procedures, security patrols, understanding local and national trends in school violence, managing and assessing student threats, and working with the media, are just some of the elements of a well organized school safety program.
Integrated’s School Emergency Planning services can help your school evaluate the current life safety standards at your school and make recommendations on how to improve response and recovery to an incident. We can assist you with developing crisis response plans, establishing crisis response teams, designing access control solutions, draft your school safety training protocol and table top exercises and refine communication both in and outside of the school facility.
A selection of our educational industry clients can be found below.
Mary McDowell Friends Seminary
Mary McDowell Friends School is a K-12 college preparatory program dedicated to the success of students with learning disabilities. Grounded in the Quaker values of equality, integrity, and social responsibility, we cultivate a diverse community in which each student can reach his or her full potential.
The Church of the Epiphany
Founded in 2004, The Church of the Epiphany Day School is a nurturing and inviting pre-school on Manhattan’s Upper East Side that welcomes children of all faiths, ages 2 through 5 years of age. The Day School community consists of families, faculty and staff who represent a diverse range of ethnicities, nationalities, creeds and socio-economic backgrounds.
Avenues-The World School
Think of Avenues as one international school with 20 or more campuses. Avenues is a highly-integrated “learning community,” connected and supported by a common vision, a shared curriculum, collective professional development of its faculty, the wonders of modern technology and a highly-talented headquarters team located here in New York City.
Friends Seminary educates students from kindergarten through twelfth grade, under the care of the New York Quarterly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.
Grace Church School
A coeducational independent school in New York City, providing instruction for approximately 400 students in Junior Kindergarten through Grade 8.
International Pre Schools
Founded 50 years ago to serve the needs of international families, connected to the U.N. Since then, they’ve grown into a recognized leader in the New York education community, welcoming a diverse mix of both American and international families.
Lycee Francais de New York
An elite K-12 private school culminating in the French Baccalaureate and American High School Diploma.
A testimonial from Lycee Francais de New York can be foundhere.
New York University
Founded in 1831 to enlarge the scope of higher education, NYU includes thirteen schools, colleges, and divisions at five major centers in Manhattan.
Norwalk Community College
NCC is a liberal arts community college in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
St David’s School
Founded as an independent school in 1951 by nine Catholic families, Saint David’s remains committed to the teachings of the Church. The school community includes boys and faculty of many religious backgrounds. Boys are taught to respect and learn from all religious traditions, to recognize their own capacity for spiritual experience, and to develop strong moral values.
The Caedmon School
The Caedmon School school was founded on the idea that New York is a diverse, global city. Caedmon doesn’t “work” on diversity – it is a diverse and exciting population, where difference is embraced as an opportunity to appreciate and learn about our world and each other.
The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute
Acting school based upon Lee Strasberg’s Method acting technique.
The Town School
Co-ed, private elementary school in New York City.
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Trevor Day School
An elite New York City prep-school with an activities-based approach to their academic curriculum.