The Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation has a new visitor management system coming to the main campus in Mexico called the Raptor Security System.
The system will be used during the school day as a tool to better protect students and staff as well as provide a consistent protocol for tracking visitors and volunteers.
“The system will improve our campus security, helping to keep our buildings safe,” said Director of Facilities Wayne Wideman.
All visitors will be asked to sign-in to the building with a valid driver’s license or government ID to receive a visitor badge to wear during their time on campus. Once a visitor has presented identification one time, they will not be required to do so again; the front desk will be able to search their name in the system.