School Security Services

Campus Security for Universities, Colleges, and PreK-12 Schools

Cambridge has extensive experience in meeting the unique security requirements of educational organizations including Universities and College, High Schools and Grammar Schools, both public and parochial. We can also provide uniformed security guards as an auxiliary or specialized force as required by special circumstances.

Universities & Colleges

Safety on college campuses is paramount when parents and students are choosing a school. At Cambridge Security, we focus on the safety and security of the students, staff, faculty and guests. Our school security professionals come from a diversified background with specialized training geared to the college community. Some of our security services include; bike patrol, student escort services, Clery Act reporting, housing officers, and student orientation.

High Schools & Grammar Schools

From preschool to high school, Cambridge Security has the experience and knowledge you need to protect the students, faculty and visitors. Our school security professionals can provide a program to fit your budget and tailor a plan to enhance the safety of all the students. We have a proven track record, just ask our clients! From check points to escorts, let us put our trained security officers to work for you today.

Officer Profile: Ken Becker, Head of School Security

Ken Becker is the head of security at a private K-12 school in Naples, Florida, and an excellent example of the people we employ at Cambridge Security.

At the school, Ken’s role includes leading a team of security officers, monitoring 97 closed circuit cameras, patrolling the school campus by foot and by golf cart, and supervising student arrivals and dismissals, and overseeing the school’s controlled access entry system throughout the day. His service to the school community goes above and beyond these critical security tasks, however. For example, it’s not uncommon to see Officer Becker chatting with students during lunch in the school’s dining hall, or kicking a soccer ball with kindergarteners during recess. To Ken, being engaged with the school community is simply a part of the job.

Before taking the position at the school, Ken served with the Collier County Sheriff’s Office for 30 years, 20 of which were spent in the Criminal Investigation Division. A longtime member and, later, a supervisor, of the Special Crimes Bureau, Ken’s work focused on children’s welfare. He is trained to assist in traffic control, administer CPR and AED, and respond to all emergencies.


Read more about School Security in The Cambridge Security Journal.

In This Issue:

  • When the Commencement Speaker is the Commander-In-Chief
  • How Safe Are Our Schools?
  • Preventing and Responding to Active Shooter Incidents
  • Using Technology to Protect Schools
  • Protecting Parochial Schools in NYC & South Florida