Alarm & Access Control
As the University Police Department has primary responsibility for alarm monitoring and response, we are a valuable resource and will need to be involved in your installation and implementation.
By identifying your needs and goals, you can determine the best security controls for your environment. To provide security to a specific area to protect persons/property, you will likely want to install an alarm system. To secure an area and identify or audit access to the area, an access control system would be appropriate. A wide selection of equipment and options are available.
To request an access card for an area that is already installed, use the Access Request Form (Editable PDF)
To schedule a consultation or for more information, contact Debbi McFall at (909) 869-6981 or email@example.com.
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