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Buying an Emergency Alert System: Emergency Managers Reflect

Schools and colleges everywhere are considering purchasing an emergency alert system. There are various means to establish emergency broadcasts on campus, including using emergency alert apps that give…

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Siemens' Desigo Mass Notification (MNEC) System helps Kent School reach all students across its 1,200-acre campus, increasing responsiveness and control. By Advertorial · May 23, 2017

The city's sirens were hacked through radio frequencies, not a computer network. By CS Staff · April 13, 2017

These strategies will improve your response to an active shooter or other attack to help mitigate death and injuries on your campus. By Lt. John Weinstein · March 13, 2017

Maximize the efficiency and emergency preparedness of your campus with an all-in-one platform. By CS Staff · February 24, 2017

Schools and colleges everywhere are considering purchasing an emergency alert system. There are various means to establish emergency broadcasts on campus, including using emergency alert apps that give students emergency alerts on phones or emergency texts. The costs for emergency systems can vary, and school budgets can be prohibitive to adopting emergency preparedness technology, but there's not doubt emergency technology is useful for things like severe weather. By Robin Hattersley Gray ·

Mass notification messages should complement the instructions we're giving our campus communities. By CS Staff · September 19, 2016

The multi-layered alerting system can be used in a single building or across a large campus to communicate a series of emergency and non-emergency messages. By CS Staff · September 08, 2016

The emergency communications are used for ongoing threats like violence on campus or weather emergencies. By CS Staff · August 15, 2016

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill used to have a problem with proper communication during emergencies. Now, the University has ditched its 12-step process in favor of a simpler and faster approach. By CS Staff · July 14, 2016

The change was made to deter the development of negative stereotypes. By Corey Byers · June 17, 2016