In Eaton County, Michigan, a student reports that a classmate has a weapon. Using Rave Panic Button, the school notified 9-1-1, informed staff of the emergency and went into lockdown mode in under three minutes.
The Cook County Sheriff’s 9-1-1 Center uses Rave 9-1-1 Suite to notify first responders about potential COVID-19 exposures before they reach the scene.
What happened? What agencies and/or departments need to be involved? How do they communicate and collaborate as the situation evolves? How are residents notified? Receive updates? HSEMD uses Rave Alert to answer these questions.
Kent County, Michigan’s use of Rave 911 Suite enabled one call taker to learn more information about a hang-up, leading to a response that helped save a woman from danger.
Springfield, MA Locates Mobile Callers with Increased Accuracy Thanks to Rave’s RapidSOS Integration
Outdated 9-1-1 infrastructure built for landlines means it’s not easy to accurately pinpoint the whereabouts of someone who has called 9-1-1 with an emergency. Rave's RapidSOS integration has helped 9-1-1 call centers solve this age old problem.
When it comes to surviving a heart attack, every second counts. The speed of response time can mean the difference between life and death. Smart911 cut time off of John Nettle's 911 call, saving his life.
For victims of domestic violence, making a verbal phone call to emergency personnel is not always possible during an incident, resulting in many disconnected calls to 9-1-1.
In Traverse City, Michigan, Dan Hoffman's 9-1-1 call could not be understood. Smart911 was able to locate him and saved his life.
The Sumter County Communications Center’s 9-1-1 team handles around 57,000 calls a year, averaging about 167 calls a day. Fully integrating the Rave 911 Suite has been their solution to meet their 911 response needs.
Concerned about the increase in active shooters in schools around the country, SNOPAC 9-1-1 Emergency Communications selected Rave Panic Button to increase the speed of notifications and emergency response.