The U.S. School Security Market

 
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Published Nov 1, 2000 | 219 Pages | Pub ID: LA588

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In the wake of the school shootings at Columbine High School, U.S. schools are more concerned about security issues than ever before. This report from Packaged Facts analyses the new attention schools are paying to security issues, and where they're turning for help. Four equipment and service categories are covered: access control products, surveillance and communications products, prevention and detection products, and security services. Market size, growth and composition are tabulated, with sales projections through 2005, along with an analysis of the top marketers and the competitive situation. Report features statistics and projections on school enrollment, school expenditures, and school crime, as well as interviews with school security marketers and public and private school administrators.
  1. Executive Summary
    Scope and Methodology
    • Scope of Report
    • Report Methodology

    The Products
    • The School Security Issue
    • An Emerging Market of Specialty Products and Services
    • A New Paradigm for School Security
    • The Burden on School Administrators
    • School Security Basics
    • The Role of School Security Marketers
    • Product and Service Categories
    • National, State, and Local Regulators
    • The Legal Climate

    The Market
    • Sales at $570 Million in 2000
    • Table 1-1: U.S. School Security Market, 1996-2005 (dollars)
    • Prevention/Detection Products at 35% of Market
    • High Schools at 60% of Market
    • Top School Security Purchases
    • Overall Enrollment to Remain Near 53 Million
    • Columbine Galvanizes Market
    • Growing Government Role
    • The Bottom Line: Budgetary Restraints
    • Market to Reach $985 Million by 2005

    The Marketers
    • Marketer Overview
    • National Leaders
    • In the Wake of Public Pressures, A Seller's Market
    • Corporate Donations as Market Catalysts
    • The Role of Consulting
    • Marketing and New Product Trends

    The Institutional Customer
    • Enrollment in Public and Private Schools
    • Figure 1-1: U.S. Public and Private School Enrollment, 1996-2000 (number)
    • School Enrollment by Race
    • Public School Enrollment by Region
    • Overview of School Funding
    • Average School Expenditures
    • Public School Spending by Function
    • Overview of Public School Purchasing
    • Overview of Private School Purchasing
    • School Crime Is Nothing New
    • Youth Violence on the Rise
    • West Virginia Study Finds Schools Not Prepared
  2. Products And Services
    Market Definition
    • Scope of Report
    • The School Security Issue
    • An Emerging Market of Specialty Products and Services

    History of the Market
    • School Violence Culminates at Columbine
    • Threats Follow Violent Spate
    • The Special Case of School Uniforms
    • A New Paradigm for School Security

    Overview of School Security Issues
    • Violence, Theft, and Vandalism
    • Students, Staff, and Intruders
    • Student Safety and Sexual Assault
    • Drugs, Alcohol, Guns, and Gangs
    • The Burden on School Administrators
    • Four "S's" of School Security
    • Components of a School Security Plan: People, Procedures,
    • Products
    • The Role of School Security Marketers

    Product and Service Categories
    • Prevention, Detection, and Maintenance Products
    • Metal Detectors
    • X-Ray Scanning Systems
    • Anti-Theft Tagging Systems
    • Anti-Graffiti Products
    • Transparent or Mesh Backpacks
    • Surveillance and Communications Products
    • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Systems
    • Radios, Pagers, and Phones
    • ISDN Services
    • Access Control Products
    • ID Cards and Badges
    • Burglar Alarms and Intrusion Sensors
    • Digital Access Control Systems
    • Biometrics Access Systems
    • Security Services
    • Security Consulting
    • Contract Security Guards
    • Drug Dogs
    • Alcohol and Drug Testing
    • Screening and Testing Services

    The Regulatory Environment
    • National, State, and Local Regulators
    • Attendance and Expulsion
    • Gun-Free School Zones
    • The Legal Climate
    • The Balancing Test
  3. The Market
    • Figure 3-1: U.S. School Security Market, 1996-2000 (dollars)

    Market Size and Growth
    • Note on Methodology
    • Sales at $570 Million in 2000
    • Table 3-1: U.S. School Security Market, 1996-2000 (dollars)

    Market Composition
    • Prevention/Detection Products at 35% of Market
    • Figure 3-2: Share of U.S. School Security Market by Product
    • Category, 2000 (percent): 4 Product Categories
    • Public Schools Account for 90% of Market
    • High Schools at 60% of Market
    • South and West Are Top Regions
    • Figure 3-3: Share of School Enrollment by Region, 2000 (percent): Northeast, Midwest, South, West

    Market Focus: Top Products and Services
    • Top School Security Purchases
    • Table 3-2: Top Five School Security Product Purchases, 1999-2000
    • What Schools Are Using for Security
    • Figure 3-4: Most Common School Security Systems Already in
    • Place, 1998 (percent): 8 Types of School Security Systems
    • Video Camera Systems
    • Anti-Graffiti Products
    • Two-Way Radios
    • Telephones and Pagers
    • Off-Site Burglar Alarm Monitoring
    • Security Guards and SROs
    • ID Cards and Badges
    • Building Access Control
    • School Grounds Access Control
    • Drug Sweeps
    • Metal Detector Checks
    • Public vs. Private School Purchasing Patterns

    Market Focus: School Enrollment Statistics
    • Overall Enrollment to Remain Near 53 Million
    • Table 3-3: Projected U.S. School Enrollment: Public and Private, 2000-2010 (number)
    • Projected Public School Enrollment
    • Table 3-4: Projected U.S. Public School Enrollment, 2000-2010 (number)
    • Projected Private School Enrollment
    • Table 3-5: Projected U.S. Private School Enrollment, 2000-2010 (number)

    Factors to Market Growth
    • Columbine Galvanizes Market
    • A Permanent Effect?
    • Growing Government Role
    • The Appropriate and Effective Use of Security Technologies in U.S. Schools
    • School Security and Gun Control
    • The Bottom Line: Budgetary Restraints
    • Figure 3-5: Projected Growth of U.S. School Security Market, 2000- 2005 (dollars)

    Projected Market Growth
    • Market to Reach $985 Million by 2005
    • Table 3-6: Projected Growth of U.S. School Security Market, 2000- 2005 (dollars)
    • Memories and the Market
  4. The Marketers
    Marketer Overview
    • School Segment Small Part of Overall Security Industry
    • A Fragmented Market
    • Table 4-1: The U.S. School Security Market: Selected Marketers and Products/Services (55 Marketers)

    The Competitive Situation
    • The Heat Is On: Schools Feel Pressure to Enhance Security
    • In the Wake of Public Pressures, A Seller's Market
    • What Parents Demand
    • Corporate Donations as Market Catalysts
    • The Role of Consulting

    Marketer Interviews
    • Note on Methodology

    Corporate Profile: Datacard Group
    • ID Card Leader Started in Credit Cards
    • Company Grows Through Expansion and New Technology
    • Interview with Datacard Group

    Corporate Profile: Garrett Metal Detectors
    • Mom and Pops Metal Detectors
    • Garrett Takes on Schools
    • Interview with Garrett Metal Detectors

    Corporate Profile: Identicard Systems, Inc.
    • Top Name in ID Cards
    • Identicard Forms Close Ties with Schools
    • Schoolpalm.com
    • Interview with Identicard Systems, Inc.

    Corporate Profile: Ilco Unican Corp. (Subsidiary of Unican Group)
    • Locks Are the Key at Ilco Unican
    • Interview with Ilco Unican

    Corporate Profile: Inovonics Corp.
    • Wireless Security
    • Brochures and Pendant Alarms
    • Interview with Inovonics Corp

    Corporate Profile: Loronix Information Systems, Inc. (Comverse Technology, Inc.)
    • Loronix Acquired by Comverse Technology
    • Company Founded by Colorado College Kids
    • Loronix Top Marketer of CCTV Technology
    • Changing Deals in 2000
    • Interview with Loronix Information Systems, Inc.

    Corporate Profile: NewMarket Solutions, Inc.
    • Finding ID Solutions for Schools
    • Company Is a True Cottage Industry
    • Interview with NewMarket Solutions, Inc.

    Corporate Profile: Recognition Systems, Inc. (Subsidiary of Ingersoll-Rand Corp.)
    • Recognition Pioneer in Biometrics
    • Accessing the School Market
    • The Attraction Is Clear
    • Interview with Recognition Systems, Inc

    Corporate Profile: Sensormatic Electronics Corp
    • Sensormatic Leads in Surveillance
    • Good Times and Bad
    • Retail-Related Expansion
    • Interview with Sensormatic Electronics

    Corporate Profile: Sonitrol Corp. (Subsidiary of Tyco Industries)
    • A Pioneer in Security
    • Sonitrol Reaches Out to Schools
    • How Sonitrol Promotes Itself
    • How the Company Markets to Schools
    • Interview with Sonitrol Corp.

    Competitive Briefs
    • AT&T and Ericsson Launch Safe Schools Program
    • BellSouth Wires Alabama Schools with ISDN
    • California Safety Uses Advanced Multiplex Technology
    • Checkpoint Installs Intelligent Library System in Canada
    • D&K Laminex Donates ID Cards
    • GTE Develops IT Solutions in School Security
    • Pathways Group Brings Smart Cards to Hawaii
    • Polaroid's Identification System in Schools
    • Stored Value Systems Brings Smart Cards to Kentucky Schools

    Marketing and New Product Trends
    • Overview
    • Prevention and Detection Devices
    • Metal Detectors
    • Transparent and Mesh Backpacks
    • Surveillance and Communications Products
    • Radios, Pagers, and Phones
    • Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Systems
    • Access Control Products
    • ID Cards and Badges
    • Burglar Alarms and Intrusion Sensors
    • Digital Access Control Systems
    • Biometrics Access Systems
  5. The Institutional Customer
    Statistics on School Enrollment
    • Enrollment in Public and Private Schools
    • Table 5-1: U.S. Public and Private School Enrollment, 1996-2000 (number)
    • Public School Enrollment 1990-2000
    • Table 5-2: U.S. Public School Enrollment, 1990-2000 (number)
    • Public School Enrollment by Level
    • Table 5-3: U.S. Public School Enrollment by Level, 1996-2000 (number)
    • Private School Enrollment 1990-2000
    • Table 5-4: U.S. Private School Enrollment, 1990-2000 (number)
    • Private School Enrollment by Level
    • Table 5-5: U.S. Private School Enrollment by Level, 1996-2000 (number)
    • Public School Enrollment by Gender
    • Table 5-6: U.S. Public School Enrollment by Gender, 1990-1997 (number)
    • U.S. Public and Private School Enrollment by Age
    • Table 5-7: U.S. Public and Private School Enrollment by Age Grouping, 2000 (number)
    • School Enrollment by Race
    • Table 5-8: U.S. Private and Public School Enrollment by Major Racial Grouping, 1980-1997 (number)
    • Public School Enrollment by Region
    • Table 5-9: U.S. Public School Enrollment by Region, 1996-2000 (number)
    • Top Ten School Enrollment States
    • Table 5-10: Top Ten U.S. States for Public School Enrollment, 2000 (number)

    Statistics on School Expenditures
    • Overview of School Funding
    • Average School Expenditures
    • Table 5-11: Spending on U.S. Public Schools by Average Daily Attendance, 1990-2000 (number and dollars)
    • Public School Spending by Function
    • Table 5-12: Public School Spending by Function and District Characteristics in the 1990s (percent)
    • Market Share by Product Grouping
    • Figure 5-1: Share of U.S. School Security Market by Product Category, 2000 (percent): 4 Product Categories

    Overview of Public School Purchasing
    • Administrative and Decision-Making Layers
    • Dealing with Local Governments
    • The Procurement Process
    • Changing Budget Priorities

    Overview of Private School Purchasing
    • Administrative Decision-Making Layers
    • Dealing with Boards of Directors
    • Private Doesn't Mean Rich
    • Making Contacts, Getting In
    • The Procurement Process

    Overview of School Crime
    • School Crime Is Nothing New
    • School Crime Over the Last 20 Years
    • Table 5-13: Percentage of High School Seniors Victimized at School in the Previous Year, 1977-1997 (percent)
    • Youth Violence on the Rise
    • School Crime Statistics Defy School Fears
    • Socio-Ethnic Differences Often Cause of Conflict
    • Improved Statistics Don't Calm Worried School Administrators
    • West Virginia Study Finds Schools Not Prepared
    • The Problem of Firearms
    • Gun Control Debate Contentious
    • Avoiding an Equipment-Based "False Sense of Security"
    • How Much Is Too Much Security?
    • Middle Schools Have Security Issues, Too
    • Lawsuits: The Side-Effect of School Violence

    Interviews with School Administrators
    • Note on Methodology

    Prince Georges, Maryland School District
    • Interview with Prince Georges School District

    Farragut, Illinois High School
    • Interview with Farragut High School

    Huntsville, Alabama School District
    • Interview with Huntsville School District

    McCormick, South Carolina School District
    • Interview with McCormick School District

    Clark County, Nevada School District
    • Interview with Clark County School District