Lovejoy ISD finds perfect partnership to increase safety and security of students.
Clarkstown Central School District Superintendent Marty Cox said the district purchased about 360 Motorola walkie-talkie radios for use across the district’s 13 schools.
Cpl. Michael Hopper said there are "a lot of resources" available through the app. "It's sort of like a one-stop shop for anything you may need to know about the Police Department."
The Alertus Seminar Series brings together industry experts with those responsible for safety and security within their organizations to share best practices, latest technologies, case studies, and lessons learned from Alertus customers and partners.
Delano Union School district enhances school security with system that scans visitors and acts as a mass notification device.
UMSL has implemented a safety app to enhance campus security.
With the UChicago Safe app, users can directly call the University of Chicago Police Department and Chicago Police Department, as well as report crimes and talk to UC safety and security dispatch.
The emergency communications system is called RECESS, or Radio Emergency Communication in Every Sarpy School, and provides a new way for schools to report emergencies.
Educators are challenged with not only educating children but also guiding them safely into successful adulthood.
Teachers can use CrisisGo to communicate alerts simultaneously to other teachers on campus as well as staff members, local law enforcement and first responders, according to AISD Safety and Security Coordinator Dan Cottner.