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.
Safety & Protection
As Greeneville City Schools left for spring break in mid-March 2020, school leaders had every intention of returning to the classroom the following week. But as COVID-19 rapidly swept through the area, the decision to move to virtual learning was quickly made.
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Outdated 9-1-1 infrastructure built for landlines means it’s not easy to accurately pinpoint the whereabouts of someone who has called 9-1-1 with an emergency.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.
Ensuring an entire campus community is safe, informed and engaged is a complex undertaking for colleges and universities. Learn how Syracuse uses Rave to address these issues.
The University of Central Florida selected Rave Alert as its mass notification system. Rave Alert email and text notifications are sent to students, faculty, employees and other non-UCF entities working on campus.
The University of Cincinnati’s Department of Public Safety has invested in a range of initiatives to protect students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Discover how Missouri S&T uses Rave Guardian to effectively communicate and engage its campus community.
University of South Florida Keeps More Than 66,000 Community Members Safe During Severe Weather Through Rave Alert
South Florida weather can be deadly. Hurricanes and tornadoes generally strike between June–November, while major thunderstorms and lightning occur from the spring to the fall.