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Explanation

The security is too open for people to enter the building. With an increase of theft and equipment damages it is vital for the security team to act as a deterrent to stop this behaviour. ID cards need to be shown on entrance, it is too easy for an outside attacker to enter the building and strike the main populated areas.

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Increased security on campus

This Idea for Change opened on 28 Nov 2018 and closed on 12 Dec 2018.

23 students voted on this Idea, giving a score of +35.

This Idea for Change as passed to the Student Change team for action:

  • 12 Feb 2019: the Community Officer has spoken with the VC and more security are being recruited. This Idea is now complete.

This Idea is complete, there are no further actions on this Idea.

 
 

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Marie Dodd
11:27am on 12 Feb 19 This Idea is complete and the discussions are now closed.
Adam Southall
11:24am on 12 Dec 18 This Idea for Change has closed, but comments are still open for discussion on the progress of this Idea.
Lucie Hembery
9:50pm on 11 Dec 18 I don't understand why the campus is now a free for all. It never used to be a few years back. Why have the barriers been opened, so that anyone can enter?? It isn't safe. When things do happen, eg theft or vandalism, there is no way of monitoring who is on site.
Chad Astbury
11:11pm on 28 Nov 18 I have posted multiple ideas for security improvements, similar to this. I agree wholeheartedly, the security services need to be better staffed/funded to keep everyone & everything safe. Currently, it is not good enough.