The Chief of Police in Chickasha, OK, Eddie Adamson, announces to the public that Chickasha is the first municipality in the state to offer the new Smart911 service. Smart911 is expected to reduce the response time to emergencies in Chickasha and could even save lives.View
"Time is of the essence when there's an emergency and [Rave Alert] has definitely come through on that." - Bob Armstrong, Director of Emergency Management at OSUView
During the Boston Bombing social media played a large role in the communication strategy of local colleges' Emergency Managers. Listen as BC, UMASS Boston and Suffolk University Emergency Managers discuss its impact.View
Scott Ruf, Director of Douglas County in Kansas, discusses Smart911View
Maureen Will delivered the keynote address at Rave Mobile Safety's Charter50 conference in May, 20013.View
The Office of Unified Communications, in conjunction with the Mayor and Police and Fire Departments of Washington D.C. encourage all residents and visitors to create a Safety Profile with Smart911.View
FSU Guardian: Protecting Students at Florida StateView
Mobility and Education Technology Solutions from Rave & AT&TView
Creating a Safety Profile: Rave Guardian & Rave Alert at CSCCView
The Chief of Police in Chickasha, OK, Eddie Adamson, announces to the public that Chickasha is the first municipality in the state to offer the new Smart911 service. Smart911 is expected to reduce the response time to emergencies and could even save lives. Chief Adamson is urging all local residents to sign up for Smart911 and create a Safety Profile. To sign-up or learn more about Smart911, please visit: www.Smart911.com
Director of Emergency Management at Ohio State University, Bob Armstrong, discusses a recent bank robbery that took place on campus property. During the incident, Rave Alert played a key role in issuing a mass emergency notification to notify the entire OSU community. Bob wraps up the discussion by saying, "Time is of the essence when there's an emergency and [Rave Alert] has definitely come through on that." To request a demo or learn more about Rave Alert, please visit: www.RaveMobileSafety.com
On May 8, 2013 Maureen Will, Director of the Emergency Communications Center in Newtown, CT delivered the keynote speech at Rave Mobile Safety's Charter50 Conference. of 9-1-1 professionals who are Rave Smart911 customers. In her speech she talks about how she and her team managed the crisis from within the 9-1-1 call center. Informative, knowledgeable, and emotional, Maureen gives insight into the professional and human impact of the horrific events at Sandy Hook. This is a strong presentation. Take the time to view it.
FSU Guardian is a new service that allows you to rapidly provide information about yourself to the FSUPD during an emergency. By building a personal profile, information about you can be immediately accessed by FSUPD dispatchers should you call from a registered cell phone. FSU Guardian can also provide police with GPS coordinates from your phone -- if available- , which can decrease response time and allow first responders to locate you should you not be able to give them your location.
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