Rave Panic Button App for Colleges and Universities
Immediately Calls 9-1-1 and Alerts Faculty, Staff, and Campus Safety
In seconds, the Rave Panic Button app clearly communicates an emergency to 9-1-1, Campus Safety, and first responders. As a result, response times are shortened and first responder safety is improved.
In the event of an emergency button activation, school administrators, Campus Safety, and on-site personnel will be immediately of the incident and can initiate emergency procedures before first responders arrive. The enhanced collaboration between 9-1-1, faculty, and first responders improves campus safety and saves lives.
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Enhanced Incident and Campus Facility Data on Every Call
When the Rave Panic Button app initiates a 9-1-1 call, the 9-1-1 dispatcher instantly sees where the call is coming from, who pressed the emergency button, and what type of incident has occurred.
The app also enables the 9-1-1 dispatcher to see the campus building’s floor plans and other facility information, and as the incident unfolds, 9-1-1 can send text updates to faculty and staff to keep them informed and aware.
With Rave Panic Button, 9-1-1 serves as incident command by continuously providing instructions to people on-site and relaying information to campus safety and first responders. This better coordinated form of emergency response saves time and saves lives.
Faster Collaboration Between On-campus Personnel, 9-1-1, and First Responders
Rave Panic Button brings 9-1-1, Campus Safety, and school officials together to collaborate and conduct emergency planning and panic button drills. The higher education institutions, 9-1-1, and first responders have a full partnership and integration into emergency button activation procedures.
By working together, 9-1-1, first responders, and Campus Safety are better prepared for the next major emergency.
Instant Communication During Urgent Non-Emergency Situations
With Staff Assist, a user can send multiple preset messages to recipient lists for incident types that don’t require dialing 9-1-1.
Authorized users can also send custom messages to update or provide direction during incidents.