5 Things About Ballistic Barriers in Police Stations
Law enforcement officers attend regular training to be prepared to manage an active shooter event. But many police stations and substations do not have ballistic protection in place to protect officers or unsworn staff members.
Considering ballistic barriers to protect staff and civilians?
The 5 Things about Ballistic Barriers in Police Stations provides more information on:
The most common level of ballistic security found in police stations
How access control factors into your security plans
Functionality considerations such as speak holes and package passers
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