We highlight what Rave has seen across the country from states and the federal government in their response to the calls for school safety reform.
Alyssa’s Law requires schools to consider the use of silent panic alarm systems when conducting review and development of their school safety plans.
If you haven’t heard by now, Rave’s Annual Summit will be taking place virtually from September 27-29, 2022. Rave Summit will deliver every element of a live event in an online environment with major product announcements and training, best practice sessions, our collaborative Guru Lounge, two exciting keynote speakers, networking opportunities and more. We are honored
Mass communication software provides local government officials and emergency responders with resources to save lives during hurricanes.
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.
How can your organization plan for earthquakes? Learn how a mass notification system can help you prepare for all types of severe weather events.
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.
Tornadoes can occur anywhere. Because there is little warning, preparing a tactical disaster response is the key to keeping communities safe.
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.