Lawmakers Take Note: Protective Film on Glass is Only as Good as the Installer

Writing in Campus Safety Magazine, Moye White attorney Allen Bradley discusses what lawmakers and school officials should understand when considering investing in and requiring protective film, meant to delay intruders, be installed in schools.  

Many schools have already invested in protective glass film and some state legislatures are considering requiring public schools apply film to their glass. These are sound ideas, but there are safety and legal issues to consider. Glass film is only as effective as the experience level of the person who installs it and installation is complex. Without a license to help campuses know their glass film installer meets minimum standards, opportunistic, naïve, or fraudulent actors could install cheap, ineffective security film solutions. 

Read the full article in Campus Safety Magazine.