We asked the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey participants to tell us about their biggest struggles. Here’s what some of them had to say.
We asked the 2022 Campus Safety Emergency Notification Survey participants to tell us about the successes they’ve had with their programs. Here’s what some of them had to say.
Research conducted by Centegix found that K-12 student behavior incidents, medical incidents and safety incidents increased dramatically from Fall 2020 to Fall 2021.
Panic alarms can summon help in a wide variety of incidents, including those involving active shooters, medical emergencies, mental health crises, non-custodial parents and more.
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.
Multi-modal mass notifications help organizations reach people located on campus and beyond the building by simultaneously delivering alerts to disparate systems.
However, compared to previous Campus Safety Emergency Notification studies, fewer are doing so than before. Are some campuses not making alert systems a high enough priority?
Here are three common school security points of failure and five ways to avoid them.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the pros and cons of the more commonly used emergency alert systems. Deploying multiple modes will help to ensure the strengths of one solution compensate for the weaknesses of others. Also, be certain to account for the hearing and sight impaired.