Last Chance to Take the Campus Safety Mass Notification Survey


The deadline to take the Campus Safety second annual mass notification survey is April 8. All those involved with hospital, school and university security and safety – law enforcement and security professionals, emergency managers, facilities managers, IT personnel and others – are encouraged to participate.

This year’s survey will cover the types of technologies deployed, including sirens, giant voice, call boxes, digital displays, telephony, text messaging and more; how successful campuses are in enrolling users in their text messaging programs; common implementation problems; who has the authority to issue alerts; and more. Responses to the survey will be featured in the May/June issue of the publication.

CS requests that readers complete the survey by Wednesday, April 8. Respondents’ personal information, answers, E-mail addresses and identities, as well as those of their campuses will be kept strictly confidential and will only be used in tabulation with other responses.

To complete the survey, click here.

Last year’s results can be found on Campus Safety’s Mass Notification Microsite (

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