Why have major cities like Washington, DC chosen the Rave Panic Button to streamline data and communication sharing during emergency events? Karima Holmes, Director of the Office of Unified Communications, explains why choosing Rave Panic Button to protect 90,000 students was a “no brainer”, and how it’s helped her and the DC public schools collaborate for improved public safety.More
Safety is a top concern for healthcare employees and they believe their employers make it a priority. Though healthcare employees mostly feel safe at work, there’s a disconnect about how they’re informed and their knowledge of certain emergency plans.
Tracy Clark, a dispatcher for the Grove City, OH Police Department who has two sons with autism. Tracy has been trained to keep people safe but is always concerned about the safety of her twin boys with Autism.
Visit www.Smart911Facility.com to provide public safety with facility information such as floor plans, buildings, fire and utility information, and more.
On November 6, Dan Hoffman called 9-1-1 for help but wasn’t able to speak. It was unknown to dispatchers at the time, but Dan’s house was on fire and he was overcome with smoke.
Chief Duane Phillips, Director of the Metro Nashville Emergency Communication Center, welcomes NENA National Conference attendees to Nashville. Invites everyone to sign up for Smart911 while visiting.
Director of Emergency Management at Ohio State University, Bob Armstrong, discusses a recent bank robbery that took place on campus property.
Scott Ruf talks about how he selected Smart911 and what impact it has on his community.
During the Boston Bombing social media played a large role in the communication strategy of local colleges’ Emergency Managers. Listen as BC, UMASS Boston and Suffolk University Emergency Managers discuss its impact.
FSU Guardian is a new service that allows you to rapidly provide information about yourself to the FSUPD during an emergency.