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10 Steps to Creating a Campus Security Master Plan

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Step 2: Determine What Must be Protected

Committee members must classify what is critical or core to the operation of the campus. In other words, what must be protected? What keeps you up at night?

The objective of asking these questions is to understand what concerns, risks or fears may exist on campus and why. The responses are often constructive and enlightening. Safety of associates working late at night, violence in the emergency department, safety of patients, destruction of the power plant, guns on campus, shootings and workplace violence are just some of the issues that might come to mind during this process.




10 Steps to Creating a Campus Security Master Plan