Why PASS?

The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) offers the most comprehensive information available on best practices specifically for securing school facilities, vetted extensively by experts across the education, public safety and industry sectors.

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PASS School Safety and Security Guidelines

The information, tools and insight needed to implement a tiered approach to securing and enhancing the safety of school environments based on individual needs, nationwide best practices and effective utilization of available resources.

Welcome Chuck Wilson, the New PASS Advisory Council Chair

Members of the first PASS Advisory Council pose for a photo during the first planning meeting in Atlanta, Ga. in 2014.

The Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) is proud to welcome Chuck Wilson as the new chair of the PASS Advisory Council. Wilson has over 40 years of experience in the communications, security, and life safety business.

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Summer Safety and Security To-Do Lists

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As we enter this much-needed period of celebration and relaxation, there are still things that integrators and administrators alike can do to keep schools safe and secure. Learn more.

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AP News: Uvalde shooting highlights role of doors in security plans

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PASS Co-founder Chuck Wilson was featured in a recent AP News article discussing the role of doors in security plans. Learn more.

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Ready to Support the Work of PASS?

To grow the work that PASS has been doing to make schools safer and more secure, we need the support of companies and organizations like yours.

Our partners include stakeholders throughout the education, public safety and industry sectors that share our vision for improving school safety.