- Strongly Agree
- Strongly Disagree
- Don't Know
Currently there is only a scan-in system for certain areas of city campus (e.g. the library). However, this is a very vague way to enforce security, especially when city campus is supposedly an "open campus". What would happen in the event of a fire? Or some other form of evacuation? How is it possible to account for every individual across the campus? By employing a scan-in; scan-out system (similar to those in Walsall campus) to “closed” areas of campus, there is a much more reliable way to track where individuals are in such emergencies.
This improvement would help to safeguard the student body.
As an addition to the proposed system, I believe it would be beneficial to obtain better funding and organisation for the security services of the university. Having two security members on shift at any time is not enough. The campus is far too big, and there are too many risks in having an open campus under these conditions. I know of multiple occasions where campus security has failed to follow through with incidents, which is incredibly worrying.
I would like to emphasise that this is not an insult to the individual security members who work here, but more of a suggestion for improving the management of the department.