Panic Buttons

Read: Florida Police Department Adopts New Software Solution to Address School Security Issues

Florida Police Department Adopts New Software Solution to Address School Security Issues

Coral Springs PD adopted the solution after experiencing communications challenges when its officers responded to the Parkland mass shooting in 2018.

Read: How Traditional School Security Options Fail Us

How Traditional School Security Options Fail Us

Here are three common school security points of failure and five ways to avoid them.

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: Viking Electronics Introduces New Panic Button

Viking Electronics Introduces New Panic Button

A built-in microphone allows a called party to silently monitor or engage in two-way handsfree communication.

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: 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: Blount County to Install Security System in School, Government Buildings

Blount County to Install Security System in School, Government Buildings

All middle and high school teachers will be given a personalized, wearable panic button with mapping capabilities.

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.

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