Emergency Response

Read: Detect-Communicate-Respond: 3 Steps to Simplifying School Safety and Security

Detect-Communicate-Respond: 3 Steps to Simplifying School Safety and Security

Consider framing your school security and safety programs via a detection-communication-response rubric.

Read: How Jeannette City School District Responded to a Fatal Stadium Shooting

How Jeannette City School District Responded to a Fatal Stadium Shooting

Hear about the unique response required and lessons learned from an incident in an open-air stadium that left one parent dead.

Read: 54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

54% of Teens Don’t Feel Safe Returning to School, New Poll Finds

As more students return to in-person learning, most teens don’t feel confident that their schools are prepared to address mental health and safety needs.

Read: Lessons from the Front Lines: A Conversation with School Safety Experts

Lessons from the Front Lines: A Conversation with School Safety Experts

Top educational influencer and speaker, Steven Anderson, will interview Mark Edson, Assistant Director of Security and Emergency Planning for Littleton Public Schools in Littleton, Colorado and Terrell Baker, District Safety and Security Coordinator at Lindbergh Schools in St. Louis, MO.

Read: Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

Florida DOE Chooses AT&T’s Coordinated Emergency Response Solution

The system shares live video and directly connects school communications with responding public safety agencies.

Read: EMERgency24 Partners with BluePoint Alert Solutions to Create Crisis Management Platform

EMERgency24 Partners with BluePoint Alert Solutions to Create Crisis Management Platform

In conjunction with BluePoint, EMERgency24’s software allows two-way, multi-media mass communication between groups impacted by a crisis situation.

Read: SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

Mutualink was chosen from over 140 applications as the primary technology solution for an active shooter drill at George Mason University.

Read: Broward County To Fix Police Radio That Failed During Parkland Shooting

Broward County To Fix Police Radio That Failed During Parkland Shooting

On the day of the shooting, it took four or five attempts for a responding officer to transmit a single piece of information over the radio.

Read: 2019 Survey Results: More Campuses Plan on Investing in Emergency Notification

2019 Survey Results: More Campuses Plan on Investing in Emergency Notification

CS’ latest survey finds that overall demand for emergency notification solutions has increased to 57%, compared to 51% in 2017

Read: Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

Audit Finds NYC Schools Unprepared for Emergency Situations

An audit of NYC schools’ safety plans found missing floor plans, unarmed door alarms, and a lack of drills and coordination, among other things.

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