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Alyssa’s Law in NY – What This Means for Your School Community

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This webinar covers:  

A recap of Alyssa’s Law and what is required of New York schools  
How other counties in the state are using a panic button for school emergencies  
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In June of 2022, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed Alyssa’s Law into effect.  

Alyssa’s Law —named after Alyssa Alhadeff, a victim of the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy—requires schools to consider the use of silent panic alarm systems when conducting review and development of their school safety plans. 

The passing of this legislation comes at a critical time in our country, where the surge of school shootings has soared to the highest number in two decades.  

Watch Rave Mobile Safety and Suffolk County, NY have an important discussion on Alyssa’s Law, what this means for your school community and the tools that can help you take action today. 

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