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School Safety and Mental Health Training Go Hand-in-Hand

Amelia Marceau
October 10, 2019

In May of 2018, an armed assailant entered Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas, killing 10 students and leaving 10 more wounded....

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Message Received: How To Deal With Communication Dead Zones on Campus

Mary Kate McGrath
September 16, 2019

Across the United States, safety managers are prioritizing universal access to phone service and high-speed internet. Most...

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When Does a Planned School Shooting Become Illegal?

Mary Kate McGrath
September 05, 2019

A recent case in Vermont has raised the question of when does a planned school shooting become illegal. In 2018, Jack Sawyer, a...

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What are Red Flag Laws?

Andrea Lebron
September 04, 2019

Red flag laws allow the temporary removal of guns from people considered to be at a high risk of harming themselves or others. Studies...

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Keeping Employees Safe During National Preparedness Month and Beyond

Andrea Lebron
September 03, 2019

Our new whitepaper “How to Keep Employees Safe When Every Second Counts” has been produced to coincide with National Preparedness...

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8 Things to Look for When Evaluating Mass Notification Systems for Healthcare

Andrea Lebron
September 03, 2019

Healthcare organizations can save a considerable amount of time by considering eight things to look for when evaluating mass...

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Are Crime Watch Push Notification Apps Making People Paranoid?

Mary Kate McGrath
August 28, 2019

A major issue is being debated today about whether crime watch push notification apps are making the general population more paranoid....

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Severe Weather Alert Templates Businesses Should Be Using

Amelia Marceau
August 27, 2019

Severe weather events in the United States are inevitable. Preparing your business for any type of emergency can be difficult, but the...

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Reauthorization of PAPHPA Increases Disaster Preparedness Support for Hospitals

Andrea Lebron
August 27, 2019

The recent reauthorization of the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA) provides additional support for medical facilities...

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Higher-Education Institutions Conducting Campus Safety Research

Mary Kate McGrath
August 26, 2019

In May, Johns Hopkins University School of Education announced it would establish a center to study school safety and student health,...

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Webinar Recap: Debunking Myths about Safety in K12 Schools

Mary Kate McGrath
August 22, 2019

A recent webinar was hosted by JP French, Rave Mobile Safety Strategic Account Director and a retired law enforcement worker....

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How Company Campus Security Teams Can Combat Avoidable Threats

Andrea Lebron
August 20, 2019

Due to the volume and variety of threats to people and property in the workplace, developing a company campus security strategy that...

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