NAPCO Grows School Security Business

The Amityville-based company is providing security to California's Pepperdine University.

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Pepperdine University has tapped NAPCO for security technology.

Photo by: Courtesy of Pepperdine

As schools seek to increase security, Pepperdine University has ordered 150 of NAPCO Security Technologies'  Architech Locks and 100 Trilogy Networx Locks for its Malibu, Calif., campus.

The Architech and Trilogy Networx Locks are being used with NAPCO's control panels to secure additional classrooms and administration buildings.

ArchiTech locks provide wireless keyless access control and Trilogy Networx Locks communicate wirelessly via Ethernet, creating a wireless networked door access control system.

“We are committed to the safe school effort,” NAPCO CEO Richard Soloway said in a written statement.

This is Pepperdine University’s fifth order of NAPCO products following its use for dormitories, the library, law school building and athletic facilities.

“The school security vertical is a growth driver and we expect it to continue for the foreseeable future,” Soloway added.

Pepperdine University's campus covers 830 acres and serves more than 7,000 students.