Emergency Alerts

Read: Cornell Faculty Approves Resolution to Remove Race from Crime Alerts

Cornell Faculty Approves Resolution to Remove Race from Crime Alerts

The Faculty Senate’s resolution maintains including race in crime alerts contributes to the disproportionately violent policing of Black people.

Read: Survey: Emergency Alerts, Video Surveillance Pose Biggest Cyber Risk

Survey: Emergency Alerts, Video Surveillance Pose Biggest Cyber Risk

A UC Berkeley survey asked 76 cybersecurity experts to rank nine smart city technologies based on underlying technical vulnerabilities.

Read: OnSolve Chosen to Power NCMEC’s AMBER Alert System

OnSolve Chosen to Power NCMEC’s AMBER Alert System

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) will use OnSolve’s CodeRED software for faster delivery of AMBER Alert messages.

Read: Panic Buttons Aren’t Just for Active Shooters

Panic Buttons Aren’t Just for Active Shooters

A school security director opens up about how his district’s panic button solution is used for so much more than active shooter incidents.

Read: Badge Messenger Addresses School Security Alert Technology Challenges

Badge Messenger Addresses School Security Alert Technology Challenges

The alert system doesn’t require WiFi or cellular service, and communication is encrypted and takes place on its own wireless network.

Read: Pasco County (Fla.) Schools Outline New Security Upgrades

Pasco County (Fla.) Schools Outline New Security Upgrades

Improvements include fencing, security cameras, window security film, video doorbell systems, and an emergency alert system, among others.

Read: 5 Ways Audible and Visual Messaging Systems Foster Healthy Schools Post-COVID19

5 Ways Audible and Visual Messaging Systems Foster Healthy Schools Post-COVID19

The CDC recommends school administrators enhance communications systems as they prepare to reopen. Here are five ways messaging can help ensure a safer return.

Read: Survey: Nearly 3 in 4 Campuses Use Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

Survey: Nearly 3 in 4 Campuses Use Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

However, compared to previous Campus Safety Emergency Notification studies, fewer are doing so than before. Are some campuses not making alert systems a high enough priority?

Read: COVID-19 Sample Notifications for K-12 and College Campuses

COVID-19 Sample Notifications for K-12 and College Campuses

These scenario-based notifications, provided by an attorney, include sample messaging for if someone in your campus community tests positive for the virus.

Read: Massachusetts Selects Everbridge as Its Statewide Mass Notification Provider

Massachusetts Selects Everbridge as Its Statewide Mass Notification Provider

Everbridge’s cricial event management software will be used to power COMMalert, the state’s emergency alerting program.

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