CENTEGIX Fall 2022 Safety Trends Report analyzed 50,000 K12 incidents across the U.S., found growing need for K12 safety solutions that provide campus-wide coverage, precise location indication, and 100% user adoption
In addition to the installation of panic buttons, more police officers will be patrolling Clark County schools.
A school security director opens up about how his district’s panic button solution is used for so much more than active shooter incidents.
The wireless duress alarms are intended to eliminate confusion during an emergency.
Frederick County Public Schools hopes to have the buttons installed in every school by the end of next week.
Duress alarms must integrate with access control, video surveillance and other systems to be truly effective.
Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Texas all require K-12 schools to have panic alarms, and other states may soon follow.
The Intrado Safety Shield solution offers a wearable panic button for staff to reduce emergency response time by directly connecting with 9-1-1.
Panic alarms can summon help in a wide variety of incidents, including those involving active shooters, medical emergencies, mental health crises, non-custodial parents and more.
As Alyssa’s Law inches closer to becoming legislation in Florida, do you know what key features to look for in a mobile panic alarm system?