Information related to your Access control systems

Jonathan harker made this Freedom of Information request to University for the Creative Arts

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Dear University for the Creative Arts,

Under the Freedom of information act, I am seeking information related to your entire University’s Access control system, this would likely be information known easily by someone in Estates, facilities or Security.

1. What electronic access control system/s do you currently have in place? (e.g. SALTO, PAXTON, ASSA)
2. How many Doors have access control fitted?
3. Please provide a breakdown of the quantities of different types of Access control setups you have? (e.g. maglock doors, electric strike doors, battery operated electronic handle set, battery operated electronic cylinders etc.)
4. What are the names of the suppliers of your existing access control system?
5. How old is your system?
6. Who manages your sites access control and please provide a direct e-mail and phone number?
7. Do you have a support/maintenance contract for Access control and if so when does this contract expire?
8. How is your access control system Integrated with ID card production (if at all)?
9. What plans for the next 3 years does the University have related to the installation or support/maintenance of Access control?

Yours Faithfully,

Mr Harker

FOI, University for the Creative Arts

Dear Jonathan

I can confirm that I have received your request and that this has been forwarded to the relevant department within the University for a response by the 20 day deadline

Kind regards

Tracey Draper
Executive Assistant

Direct Telephone: 01252 892868
Email: [email address]

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FOI, University for the Creative Arts

Dear Jonathan

In response to your Freedom of Information request below we are providing a response to questions 1,4,5,6 and 9. We are withholding answers to questions 2,3,7 and 8 on the grounds that disclosure may increase the risk of unlawful access to our premises and endanger the safety of our staff and students (exemption 31(1)(b)). We consider that this risk outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information on the grounds that the requested information is of limited interest to the wider public." Please see responses below:

Tracey Draper
Executive Assistant

Direct Telephone: 01252 892868
Email: [email address]

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