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Site Security Surveys



A Tactical Site Security Survey in schools is a comprehensive assessment conducted to evaluate and improve the security measures and protocols in place to safeguard the school premises. The survey aims to identify vulnerabilities, risks, and potential threats to the school's security and provides recommendations for enhancing safety and preparedness.

During a Tactical Site Security Survey, a team of security experts, often including law enforcement personnel or security consultants, conducts a systematic evaluation of the school's physical infrastructure, operational procedures, and emergency response plans. They typically consider factors such as access control, perimeter security, surveillance systems, communication infrastructure, and emergency preparedness.

The survey involves various activities, including:

  1. Physical inspection: Experts assess the school's layout, entrances, exits, windows, fences, lighting, and other physical security features. They look for potential weaknesses or areas where unauthorized individuals could gain access.

  2. Access control evaluation: The team examines the procedures for controlling access to the school, including visitor management systems, identification protocols, and the effectiveness of existing access control mechanisms like locks, gates, or security personnel.

  3. Security systems assessment: This involves evaluating the effectiveness and coverage of security technologies such as surveillance cameras, alarm systems, intrusion detection systems, and emergency notification systems. The team may check if the systems are functional, well-maintained, and strategically placed.

  4. Emergency response evaluation: Experts review the school's emergency response plans, including protocols for handling various scenarios like lockdowns, evacuations, or medical emergencies. They assess communication systems, emergency exits, assembly points, and the training provided to staff and students.

  5. Threat analysis: The team considers potential threats specific to the school's location, such as natural disasters, criminal activities, or other security concerns prevalent in the area. They evaluate how well the school's security measures align with these potential threats.

  6. Recommendations: Based on the survey findings, the security team provides detailed recommendations to enhance the school's security posture. These recommendations may include physical improvements, technology upgrades, policy enhancements, training programs, or changes to emergency response procedures.

The goal of a Tactical Site Security Survey in schools is to identify weaknesses, improve security measures, and create a safe and secure environment for students, staff, and visitors. By addressing vulnerabilities and implementing recommended measures, schools can enhance their ability to prevent, mitigate, and respond to potential security incidents.


At Tactical Advantage Group, we understand the importance of a trusting relationship. We will build a safe and collaborative relationship with you so you have nothing to worry about. In the end, you will gain the necessary skill set to increase your staff's proficiency and your crisis leadership.

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