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emergency notification

By utilizing outbound 911 text messages, the Ottawa County 911 Center saw a massive impact on the effectiveness of 9-1-1 call taking and emergency response. Download the Rave 911 Suite case study to learn more about how Ottawa County is leveraging 911 text messages to achieve a higher response rate on dropped calls, high cost avoidance, and numerous lives saved.

Feb 7, 2017
When Bay County Central Dispatch mass alerts volume exceeded one million messages annually, they decided to upgrade their emergency notification system. Bay County Central Dispatch selected Rave Alert based on its capabilities and flexibility to send both broad and targeted communications at a high volume. Implementation was smooth, non-disruptive, and efficient. 75% of database migrated [...]
Jan 11, 2017
Panic button at nassau county
Case Study on School Safety: Nassau County Protects 200,000 Students with Rave Panic Button Nassau County, NY upped its school safety and protection for 350 schools and over 200,000 students by implementing Rave Panic Button to protect students and respond faster to emergencies. If a gun man arrives on a school campus, rapid reaction and response [...]
Sep 1, 2016
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Case Study: Carle Foundation Hospital Selects Rave Alert Award-Winning Hospital in Urbana, Illinois Replaces Existing Mass Notification System with Rave Alert for Faster, Easier Emergency Communications Like all hospitals, Carle Foundation Hospital operates on a 24/7 schedule. The critical staffing requirements of the diverse professional and non-professional workforce posed a challenge to its day-to-day operations. [...]
Jun 15, 2016
Case Study: SNOPAC 9-1-1 Leverages Rave Panic Button to Locate Missing Children 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. SNOPAC 9-1-1 soon found an additional use of Rave Panic Button: helping to locate [...]
May 16, 2016
Case Study: Smart911 Raises Dubuque’s Fire-Protection Rating to Class 2 The national Insurance Services Office (ISO) assessed the City of Dubuque's risk of fire damage and emergency response and preparedness over the summer of 2015. ISO evaluates areas including staffing and training, the community's water supply, the efficiency of local emergency communications and fire-prevention efforts. A factor [...]
Apr 11, 2016

Nashville Emergency Communications Center (NECC) is a consolidated center providing all call taking and dispatch services for Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS in Nashville and Davidson County (TN). Protecting a population of nearly 650,000 individuals, NECC takes over 500,000 calls for service per year.

Jan 15, 2016
Case Study: New Jersey Courts Leverages Rave Alert Daily and During Superstorm Sandy Judiciary systems are challenged by the shear logistics of coordinating schedules that are constantly in flux. Communication can be difficult because attorneys, clients, judges, jurors, media and others often are in transit. The task is complicated when severe weather or other events affect a large number of scheduled [...]
Jan 14, 2016

Find out why Seattle, Washington chose the Rave Alert emergency notification system to meet their needs for city-wide and internal alerts and communication.

Jan 11, 2016

The Rave Panic Button app was implemented by the town of Milford, Mass., in 2014.  Based on “Smart911” technology, it routes cellular calls to the Milford Police Department while also instantly delivering critical information that can be used to facilitate a faster, more effective response. “We did some testing in the buildings to verify cellphone […]

Mar 27, 2015