Raptor Visitor Management System

Raptor Visitor Management System


Frederick County Public Schools uses the
Raptor Visitor Management System to help maintain a safe school environment. Each
school, as well as the Frederick County Public Schools administration building,
uses Raptor. Each time you visit any school or the administration building
you will be required to present a valid government-issued ID. Let’s take a look
at how the system works. When you enter a school you must report
to the office or the designated visitor station at the entrance to the school. At
that point you will be asked to present your valid government-issued ID such as
a driver’s license. No exceptions will be made so it’s important to remember to
bring your ID with you when visiting a school or the school divisions
administration building. After providing your ID it will be scanned into the
Raptor System. Raptor then checks registered sex offender and other
databases that may include information on custody orders and individuals
prohibited from visiting school grounds. Any issues that are identified will be
handled discreetly by a school administrator in accordance with school
division policy. If you’re cleared by the Raptor system it will print a
visitor badge that you are to wear at all times during your visit. The badge will
include your name and photo, as well as the date, time of entry, and your
destination within the building. Raptor and the school division do not keep your
personal information so there’s no reason to worry about privacy. The
scanning process takes less than a minute and it’s time well spent to help
ensure a high level of security.

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