Universities / Colleges
BACS ID Station, Key Cabinet& Electronic Access Cabinets or Electronic Modular Access Units
SmartRail Gun Rack
A Critical Campus Safety Requirement
Security Systems Integration
LEID Products BACS System with customized asset management software provides university police departments with a complete management and inventory control solution for valuable assets. The BACS Asset Management System includes any combination of LEID’s electronic lockers (Electronic Access Cabinets or Electronic Modular Access Units), key cabinets, and SmartRail Gun Racks interfaced to the BACS ID Station kiosk.
What it does
• All keys, weapons and assets stored & accounted in one system
• Self-service access via fingerprint id for all authorized users
• Assets RFID tagged and verified via RFID reader
• Real-time electronic audit trail reports on demand
• Emergency release and lockout
• View/manage system on & off-site via web-enabled remote access
• Track equipment maintenance requirements
Why it should be implemented
• Prevents unauthorized access to assets
• Eliminates lost or misplaced keys
• Eliminates lost or misplaced weapons and assets
• Eliminates time consuming record keeping
• Reduces equipment damage and ensures proper maintenance
LEID Products offers college and university police departments the ability to combine key and weapon access control with a self-service system – the BACS Asset Management System. Electronic gun racks, lockers and keybox are sealed; controlled electronically through the BACS ID Station Kiosk.
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When an officer arrives for duty, all they need to do is log into the BACS Kiosk via fingerprint verification. The kiosk prompts users to select any weapons and/or keys needed for their shift. Officers will only be granted access to equipment they have been qualified to use by the administrator. For example, if an officer is not taser certified, a taser would not appear on the access list when that officer logs in. Every piece of equipment controlled by the system contains an RFID chip, guaranteeing accurate identification.
An identical process exists for officers to return equipment after their shift. The BACS ID Station Kiosk lists all equipment checked out by each officer when they log in to the system. The officer is able to scan each asset with the kiosk RFID reader to accurately identify the item. The kiosk electronically unlocks the item’s storage compartment for easy return. Beyond proper tracking, the kiosk traces every transaction for easy viewing by department administrators in real time. The administrator can log into the system – through remote web enabled access – to see where each piece of equipment is at any given time, both from on and off campus.
This high level of accountability ensures police department weapons will not go missing or fall into the wrong hands. In the event of a campus emergency, administrators can choose to override the system, releasing all assets for immediate access.