Who is eligible to apply, what are the requirements, school safety technology that qualifies, and more.More
During a school emergency, the amount of time it takes to react can mean the difference between life and death. A crucial component in improving emergency response times is ensuring that on-site staff, 9-1-1 and first responders all have a way to communicate with each other.More
Former Dallas Police Chief David Brown will share insight and real-world situations where he helped promote greater mental health awareness among his team and in his community policing.
Join higher education officials from Bunker Hill Community College, the University of Central Florida and the University of Georgia to discuss how colleges and universities are notifying parents, contractors, camp attendees and others to keep them prepared and safe while they’re on campus.
Discover and compare key findings on emergency preparedness efforts and communication, including new data on the top workplace emergencies experienced within the last year.
Emergency management teams in Texas and Montana are paving the way for innovative incident preparation and response.
Join NENA Past-President Rob McMullen as he discusses what he learned over the year as he traveled to various 9-1-1 centers and agencies across the United States. Find out what he sees are the biggest trends in 9-1-1 including the future of Next Generation 911.
The Denver 9-1-1 team shares how they’re using technology to solve one of the biggest challenges in emergency response: finding mobile 9-1-1 callers.
Rave CEO Todd Piett is joined by Don Aviv (Interfor International) and Juliette Kayyem (Zemcar) for a webinar discussing results from a recent survey, revealing four key findings on workplace safety and preparedness fro
There is no more powerful tool for business than communication.
Innovative PSAPs across the nation are tapping into using SMS text messages to resolve abandoned calls.
Orange County, VA recently unified its community engagement strategy by enhancing its Rave platform with Rave Alert mass notification.
During this webinar, Keith Carpenter, Senior Security Manager, GE Appliances, a Haier Company, shows how he used Rave Alert to connect with widely dispersed employees impacted by hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
“Alerts are only as effective as the number of people in your database.
Campus Sexual Violence is a major topic of conversation nationwide with some reports highlighting lack of institutional response.
As hurricane season approaches, Hurricane Preparedness Week focuses our attention on what we can be doing to improve our community’s readiness and avoid the disaster of Mass Evacuation.
In this webinar, find out how additional data is improving public safety, having a positive impact on citizens, 9-1-1, Police, and first responders — and how it all fits easily into your existing operations.
In this Rave Guardian Mobile Safety App webinar, discover why over 100 colleges and universities across the US have chosen to use Guardian.
Following the 2013 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Amendments to the Clery Act (also know as the Campus SaVE Act), campuses have tried to navigate competing advice and guidance to understand the new requirements.
Technology and social demands are the changing role of 9-1-1. From a wide range of data sources providing information, to improved 9-1-1 to first responder communication the role of 9-1-1 is changing.
In this 45 Minute Webinar Presentation, Alachua County Public Safety Expert, Keith Godwin, Teams Up with Rave Mobile Safety to Demonstrate the Process of Enhancing Community Safety with Smart911.
Moderated by managing partner Dr.
Download the Webinar Rave Mobile Safety and Margolis Healy partnered in a forum for three Boston campuses to share their experience of the Marathon Bombing, lockdown & aftermath,and campus crisis communication.
Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) provides a flexible and sophisticated means to deliver content and instructions for notification distribution.