Panic Buttons

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.

Read: Shirtless Man Buzzed into Park Lane Elementary Had Gun, Drugs

Shirtless Man Buzzed into Park Lane Elementary Had Gun, Drugs

The town’s police chief is now calling for the principal’s firing after the man was buzzed in despite his concerning behavior.

Read: 9 Wireless Applications That Improve Campus Security and Life-Safety Systems

9 Wireless Applications That Improve Campus Security and Life-Safety Systems

Read: The Positive Power of Negative Thinking

The Positive Power of Negative Thinking

Hospitals, schools and universities must be prepared for emergencies, and an instant notification system is a valuable tool that can help campuses respond quickly when disaster strikes.

Elpas Lone Worker Emergency Call Transmitter

The device ensures that personnel who may be subject to attack or injury when operating on their own can send alerts about their situation and responders can be dispatched to the exact location of the evolving security incident.

6 Unique Ways to Use Mobile Emergency Duress Systems

Weather alerts, environmental alerts and food service monitoring are just a few of the unconventional ways campuses are using their panic alarm technology.

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