Alyssa’s Law requires schools to consider the use of silent panic alarm systems when conducting review and development of their school safety plans.
School Safety & Security
Effectively Managing Active Shooter Incidents and Other Significant Events Requires a Holistic Approach with End-to-End Solutions
Recently, a Texas investigative committee released their preliminary report on the Uvalde, Texas school shooting that left 21 dead in May.
61% of K-12 respondents and 59% of higher education respondents noted that mental health is their number one concern (K-12 schools) and number two (higher education) safety concern for the upcoming school year.
For nearly two decades, Rave Mobile Safety has been closely following active shooter incidents and trying to identify how we can help reduce the likelihood or at least mitigate the impact of these events.
AppArmor and Rave provide the most comprehensive solution for mass communications and incident response for your organization.
Safety is a priority among campus officials, but they find it increasingly challenging to navigate health concerns without the proper tools.
For the first time in a near century, communities have access to more funding mechanisms than ever before to improve emergency preparedness, response, and resiliency.
Some students only receive mental health and emotional support services at their schools.
Improving student safety engagement is a goal that’s best addressed from multiple angles.
Rave Summit hosted numerous K-12 industry leaders and attendees were able to hear about how their peers are managing during this unprecedented time.