When a student was reported to have a firearm in a dorm room at the University of South Florida, the University Police were able to intervene before anyone was hurt thanks to an anonymous tip submitted by a student.
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 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.
When a massive gas leak occurred right next to North Lake Middle School in Snohomish County, WA, the Rave Panic Button was able to help communicate important information to ensure the safety of the students.
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.
Hatch Valley Public School District’s had to find a way to protect their teachers, staff, and students after returning to in-person learning. They chose to rely on the Rave Panic Button app to meet their needs.