Public Safety Agencies Mandating or Approving The Use of The Click2Enter-I in South Carolina
South Carolina, United States - SC - Change

The following areas in South Carolina have mandated the use of Click2Enter-I:
 Beaufort, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (106.9 KB)
 Beaufort County Documents, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (1.12 MB)
 Bluffton, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (106.9 KB)
 Daufuskie Island, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (106.9 KB)
 Elgin, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 Heath Springs, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 Kershaw, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 Lancaster, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 Lancaster County, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 Sheldon, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (106.9 KB)
 Union, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 Van Wyck, South Carolina - Must have Adobe Reader to view. Download (17.2 KB)
 
 
The following areas in South Carolina have approved the use of Click2Enter-I:
 Aiken, South Carolina
 Beaufort, South Carolina
 Beaufort County Documents, South Carolina
 Bluffton, South Carolina
 Daufuskie Island, South Carolina
 Elgin, South Carolina
 Heath Springs, South Carolina
 Kershaw, South Carolina
 Lancaster, South Carolina
 Lancaster County, South Carolina
 Sheldon, South Carolina
 Union, South Carolina
 Van Wyck, South Carolina
 
Mandate: A city/county/state wide mandate means that a Standard, Code, Ordinance, or Law has been approved by the agency/agencies of jurisdiction requiring the use of Click2Enter-I as a means for public safety to gain entry to electronic gates or entry ways.
 
Approved Use: This refers to the situation where the agency/agencies of jurisdiction have approved or support the use of Click2Enter-I as a means for public safety to gain entry to electronic gates or entry ways, absent any written Standard, Code, Ordinance, or Law.
 
Downloading: Downloads are documentation of ordinances, statues or laws for that area.

Disclaimer: Before you finalize your project details PLEASE consult with your local public safety agency and or building/planning department in regards to any of the Standards, Codes, Ordinances, or Laws posted here. Some agencies may or may not have additional requirements for your gate or door access control project, and or changes/modifications to some of the data presented here.

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