Defend Your Glass

How to protect your building’s weakest points from forced entry, bomb blasts, windstorms, and seismic events

In a world filled with frequent riots, looting, and natural disasters, protecting people and property is paramount. Campuses must identify and improve first-lines of defense, starting with the most vulnerable spot:

Glass windows and doors.

Glass is easily broken – which makes it the first victim of active shooters, rioters, thieves, looters, and natural disasters. Thankfully, there are cutting-edge solutions and funding sources to help harden glass and improve campus safety.

Join our session to learn how to:

  • Delay or prevent forced-entry attempts on glass windows and doors
  • Reduce or eliminate damage from glass breakage, blasts, seismic activity, windstorms, and graffiti
  • Find possible grant opportunities for building security and energy efficiency projects

Duration: 1 hour


Jamie Hamilton, Building Perimeter Security Specialist, NGS

Jamie HamiltonJamie Hamilton is a building perimeter hardening and glazing security expert with over a decade in the security and public safety industry. His experience as a detective affords him insight into the minds of perpetrators and how to best counteract their methods. Jamie serves as a strategic consultant to dozens of campuses, schools, and school districts across the country – ensuring their people and property are protected.

Jamie hails from Scotland where he obtained a Master's of Business Administration from the University of Stirling. Jamie’s perspective on safety and security is both insightful and innovative.

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The live event took place on February 2, 2023, but you can register now to watch this event on-demand.

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