Initial Assessment:  One of the most challenging security issues facing our campuses is maintaining a highly disciplined and organized centralized system for tracking and managing key and card credential access to district-wide facilities.  Through the District Security Upgrade Project, all district locations are in the process of being rekeyed with a new physical key system and new electronic access points on exterior doors of each building and interior high value rooms.  Ultimately, this system will be fully integrated with the district’s camera system and building operating systems such as HVAC, lighting, and intrusion/alarm systems.

Plans:

  1. Complete the District Security Upgrade Project for all district locations by December 2017.
    1. Lead(s):  Facilities Management (FM), Los Rios Police Department (LRPD), DOIT Technical Services and campus facilities representatives
    2. Funding Resources: Measure M Bond Funds
    3. College and District Roles: FM in conjunction with LRPD and DOIT will develop and implement a comprehensive re-keying of all door hardware locations on campus as well as credentialed access at select exterior doors and interior locations.  FM will provide overall project management to include design, procurement, and installation of new door hardware and access points.  Campus in conjunction with LRPD will provide facility usage and tenant information so that design reflects actual use patterns and functions of campus daily operation.
  2. Complete a district-wide review of potential software products in 2017 that would consolidate the district alarm system, camera system, and Imron key system control into LRPD and FM.  Select and install approved software by June 2018.
    1. Lead(s):  FM, LRPD, DOIT Technical Services and campus facilities representatives
    2. Funding Resources: One-time Program Development Funds
    3. College and District Roles: FM in conjunction with LRPD and DOIT will develop and implement a stand-alone network and software system that allows the integrated management of all district-wide security cameras, intrusion/alarms systems and Imron card access points.  FM in conjunction with DOIT will provide overall project management to include design, procurement, and installation of the new network devices, switches, etc. for a fully integrated system.

Indicators of Success:

  1. Key system in place and operational in all district locations with end-users trained and physical security of all facilities confirmed.
  2. Software to integrate keying, access, intrusion, and camera systems in place and operational with end-users trained.