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Millennials rely on their smartphones as a safety net and Rave Guardian makes that safety net stronger.More
During this webinar Captain Francis, School Safety and Security Director at Seminole County Sheriff’s Office shares how Seminole County schools use Rave Panic Button to:Accelerate on-site emergency response
Earlier this year, Kent County, MI launched Smart911 to address some of the location data challenges affecting public safety in their community.
Millennials rely on their smartphones as a safety net and Rave Guardian makes that safety net stronger.
The new CMS Emergency Preparedness Requirements deadline is November 17, 2017.“Meeting CMS Emergency Communication Plan Requirements,” reviews the rule and guidance documents.
Speed of response matters. Whether it’s a medical, fire, active shooter, or any other type of emergency, how fast you and your organization reacts can affect the outcome.
The Rave Panic Button has revolutionized emergency response in Arkansas schools and has saved lives due to improved communication between 9-1-1, first responders, and on-site school staff.
“Alerts are only as effective as the number of people in your database.
During this webinar, Brian Berry, Vice Chancellor of Arkansas Community College, Hope, leads an informative discussion on how his school implemented Rave Panic Button across two campuses and its impact with actual lifes
How Milford Public Schools are Giving Teachers the Tools to Enhance Critical CommunicationsThe Rave Panic Button app was implemented by the town of Milford, Mass., in 2014.
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.