Is Unbreakable Glass the Same as Ballistic Glass?

Bullet-Resistant Barriers, Bullet-Resistant Materials, Bulletproof Glass, Bulletproof Glass FAQs

Unbreakable window glass (also known as shatterproof glass) is proclaimed to be the original bulletproof glass. It gets its reputation as “unbreakable” due to the unique way it crumbles upon impact, collapsing into small, harmless pebbles instead of sharp, cutting pieces. Today, this type of security glass pales in comparison …

American Rescue Plan

Funds Available to Local Governments Under the American Rescue Plan

Bullet-Resistant Barriers, Government Buildings, Municipal Buildings, Municipal/Utilities/Government

The COVID-19 pandemic is receding, but state and local governments are still struggling financially. The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 includes a once-in-a-lifetime transformational opportunity for local communities to set their own financial priorities and make much-needed local improvements (without having to seek approval from their states, counties, or …

Retail Security and Workplace Violence: Retail Workers Face "More Aggression in General"

Retail Security and Workplace Violence: Retail Workers Face “More Aggression in General”

Bullet-Resistant Barriers, Bulletproof Glass, Convenience Store Security, Gas Station Security

Over the last few years, retail security has made an increasing number of headlines. The work has become disproportionately dangerous—and disproportionately violent. A traditional “dangerous” job is dangerous because of the nature of the work itself. Think about agriculture, construction, lumbering, trucking, or commercial fishing. These are outdoor jobs. Those …

Retail Security Solutions and Workplace Violence Trends in 2021

Retail Security Solutions and Workplace Violence Trends in 2021

Bullet-Resistant Barriers, Bullet-Resistant Materials, Convenience Store Security, Convenience Stores/Gas Stations

For years, retail security solutions focused on loss prevention. This made sense: We’d enjoyed decades of crime reduction here in the United States. But, according to experts, “2020 Will End as One of America’s Most Violent Years in Decades.” This trend is all the more surprising because many experts expected …