Systems and methods for electronic premises access are disclosed. Some method embodiments comprise receiving a credential at a portal to a secure premises, identifying an issuing authority of the credential, electronically validating the credential with the issuing authority, and permitting entry to the secure premises if the credential is valid. Other method embodiments comprise receiving an identity credential and information indicating that there is an emergency at a portal to a secure premises, performing a cursory validation of the identity credential, permitting entry to the secure premises if the identity credential appears valid, identifying an issuing authority of the identity credential, and electronically validating the identity credential with the issuing authority, wherein permitting entry to the secure premises occurs before identifying the issuing authority of and electronically validating the identity credential.
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