News & Resources

News & Resources


Emergency Notification Systems Evaluation: Review the 6 areas outside of strict technical criteria that can make or break your emergency notification system efforts including process, training, data hygiene, support, local network capacity, and over-communication.

Mar 21, 2017
Journal reports on school safety

Members of the Warwick Police, Fire and school systems watched a demonstration of the Mutualink and Rave Panic Button inter-operable Response and Preparedness Platform

Mar 13, 2017

During the evening of Wednesday, March 8, 9-1-1 centers across the country began reporting a 911 outage with AT&T callers trying to call for emergency service.  Based on our own data representing nearly 20% of the nations calls, across a diverse geographic area, the impact of the outage can be seen in the chart below.  […]

Mar 10, 2017
Journal reports on school safety

Warwick schools see demonstration of new Panic Button phone app to improve school safety. All staff members in the city’s schools can now download the Panic Button from Rave Mobile Safety on their phones. When they open it, they can press one of five buttons: “active shooter”, “fire”, “medical”, “police” or “911 other”.

Mar 10, 2017
Rave Critical Safety Technology

Mutualink and Rave Mobile Safety rolled out their integrated solution following a presentation to the Warwick School Committee and subsequent contract award. After a quick implementation process, responders and administrators conducted thorough training and scenario planning over several months.

Mar 10, 2017

Don Aviv, COO of Interfor International, reviews corporate risk management and the 4 emerging trends central to corporate safety & security.

Mar 8, 2017
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The notifications will keep residents and travelers informed on potentially hazardous situations involving weather, traffic and other emergencies.

Mar 7, 2017

How Law Enforcement Agencies Are Leveraging Technology To Develop and Support Community Policing

Even before community policing became a common term in law enforcement circles, our clients were driving Rave down the path of creating solutions that foster improved communications and sharing of information with the populations they serve. From mass notification solutions to anonymous crime tips, to scale-able vulnerable needs registries, Rave was nudged down the path of helping enable community policing before we knew what it was.

While many of the concepts of community policing have been tested in projects across the country for years, the concept of community policing began to really take shape and gain momentum following a series of high profile events involving police and citizens across the United States over the past few years. Gallup conducted a poll in the summer of 2015 to measure public confidence in the police:

Mar 3, 2017
Bridging the Gap: 21st Century Community Policing Police shootings and violent confrontations with citizens seem to be a staple of nightly news. Whether it's an accurate portrayal of police-community reality or not, it's a visible factor driving police around the country to reevaluate basic tenets of policing and how departments engage with their communities. Bridging [...]
Mar 2, 2017
Seminole school officials consider increasing student safety with Rave Panic Button.  The app helps teachers report emergency situations at the touch of a button. Read the Article Related Articles
Feb 28, 2017

With so little time between beginning and end of a violent incident, access to emergency plans in the critical moments when an incident occurs can substantially reduce response times and increase school safety.

Feb 23, 2017

Public safety officials in Dedham announced that Smart911 is now available to all individuals. Smart911 is a free service available to all residents and travelers, that allows individuals and families to sign up online to provide key information to 911 call takers should an emergency occur.

Feb 21, 2017
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Newberry County Sheriff Lee Foster and all aspects of public safety in Newberry County are excited to announce that Smart911 is now available in the area.

Feb 21, 2017
New Mobile Safety App Students will now feel safer on Valdosta State campus. The mobile safety app called Blazer Guardian is provided by Rave Mobile Safety. It gives each student an additional layer of security, right in the palm of their hand. To increase the safety on your campus, check out our campus safety solutions today. Read [...]
Feb 20, 2017

Smart911 Service is Now Supported in Chester County PA and all residents and travelers to the area of encouraged to sign up for a free online Safety Profile

Feb 17, 2017
certified Anti-Terrorism Technologies

Key Components of the Rave Safety Platform are now on the DHS SAFETY Act’s “Approved List” of Anti-Terrorism Technologies.

Feb 14, 2017
Smart911 Comes to Georgetown

Georgetown Texas Launches a New Safety Initiative to Provide Residents and Dispatchers With New Tools to Better Prepare for Emergencies.

Feb 13, 2017
Smart911 Comes to Chester County

Smart911 Service is Now Supported in Chester County PA and all residents and travelers to the area of encouraged to sign up for a free online Safety Profile.

Feb 13, 2017
Rave Mobile Safety

Rave 911 Suite helps 9-1-1 call takers and first responders make faster, better decisions, shorten emergency response times, and save lives.

Feb 10, 2017

School safety technology report highlighting active shooter and other school violence and how modern technology can help, such as the Rave Panic Button app.

Feb 10, 2017

Leverage your emergency alert system to ensure storm communication & response is quick, efficient, and safe using these severe weather notification tips.

Feb 9, 2017
With University of Louisville's blue lights out of order or needing maintenance, SGA Services Vice President Lauren Greenwell highly encourages students to download Rave Guardian, a mobile safety app. Read the Article Related Resources
Feb 8, 2017
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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

Scotts Bluff and Banner Counties replace CODERED mass text and emergency notification system with “Region 22 Alert” provided by Rave Mobile Safety.

Feb 3, 2017
Rave Critical Safety Technology

Rave announces key milestones in the last year that enabled customers to use its revolutionary safety technology to prepare better, act faster & save lives.

Feb 1, 2017