From city hall to the police department, all government buildings have two things in common: threats are high and the stakes are higher. Even the smallest security breach can have lasting effects on a local government’s reputation and the community it serves. While government buildings need to remain open to serve constituents, public access can threaten security.
Millennium access control provides a much needed layer of security to protect workers and the public from ever present threats. In cases of occasional security breaches;
- Police stations: Secure entry to sensitive areas such as interrogation rooms, armories, general open spaces and evidence rooms
- Fire stations: Create time zones for outside organizations/personnel to gain access to Firehouse facilities to protect the crew, equipment and buildings.
- Court houses: Create flexible access control that allows for separation of judges, court personnel, prisoners, jury members, and the public.
- Lock-down all doors in the event of threats and existential danger to lives and government assets