Panic Alarms

Read: Opinion: 6 Features Your Mobile Panic Alarm System Should Have

Opinion: 6 Features Your Mobile Panic Alarm System Should Have

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?

Read: How Panic Alarms Can Improve School Security

How Panic Alarms Can Improve School Security

Panic buttons or duress alarms can be used by teachers, administrators and other school employees to summon immediate help for medical emergencies, as well as active shooter incidents, inclement weather, intruders and more.

Read: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ $1 Million Panic Button System Doesn’t Work

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ $1 Million Panic Button System Doesn’t Work

Investigative reporting by The Charlotte Observer found district officials did not run the $1.75 million investment by the school board.

Read: Charter School Will Be First in Broward County to Install Panic Buttons

Charter School Will Be First in Broward County to Install Panic Buttons

The wireless duress alarms are intended to eliminate confusion during an emergency.

Read: STI Now Offering Stopper Station 3-in-1 Kit

STI Now Offering Stopper Station 3-in-1 Kit

STI’s Stopper Station push button was designed with emergencies like lockdowns in mind.

Read: How Man’s Best Friend Could One Day Trigger Alarms and Emergency Alerts

How Man’s Best Friend Could One Day Trigger Alarms and Emergency Alerts

Georgia Institute of Technology is training dogs to communicate using wearable devices that can activate personal response systems (PERS) and other alarms.

Read: How to Improve Situational Awareness on Campus

How to Improve Situational Awareness on Campus

Here’s how Status Solutions can help improve situational awareness, which can save lives and protect property.

Read: How to Choose the Right Public Safety and Security Technology

How to Choose the Right Public Safety and Security Technology

A systematic approach will help to ensure your organization makes the right public safety and security technology purchasing decisions.

Read: ‘Alyssa’s Law’ to Require Silent Panic Alarms in All N.J. Public Schools

‘Alyssa’s Law’ to Require Silent Panic Alarms in All N.J. Public Schools

The newly signed law is named after Alyssa Alhadeff, a New Jersey native who was killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting.

Read: Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Highlights from the Final Report of the Federal Commission on School Safety

Don’t have time to read the 180-page Federal Commission on School Safety final report? Here’s what’s important for school security professionals to know.

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