In February, the Florida Department of Education (DOE) recommended the Centegix CrisisAlert solution for school districts to comply with Alyssa’s Law.
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According to this year’s Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey, nearly three in four survey respondents didn’t have challenges with their mass notification solutions, and only 3% said they experienced many pandemic-related problems with their systems.
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The system shares live video and directly connects school communications with responding public safety agencies.
The grants aim to improve school security infrastructure and emergency communications. Initial applications are due June 15.
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The CrisisAlert solution can now integrate with both CENTEGIX’s mobile app and other mobile panic applications, says the company.