Should the student or faculty member observe anything suspicious they simply issue an alert from the app. The alert which includes their “location(real-time map) ”, “live streaming video” and a “custom message”(example: Im locked in room 496-gunfire in hallway) is instantly transmitted to the administrator.
A Panic Alert should be used in scenarios which the student/faculty feels imminent danger.
Possible scenarios might range from an active shooter, to a student feeling uncomfortable walking themselves through campus after school hours, and require a […]Read More
Whenever the Student feels a sense of urgency. That can encompass the urgency of an “Active Shooter Situation”, or the less urgent setting such as a student walking back to the dorm and noticing a stranger stalking them. The student initiates a Safewalk and gets a virtual live escort watching their every step until they arrive to a safe area on campus.
Transmit Live Video of The incident as It Unfolds
Transmit Student Location
Initiate communication via 2 Way Chat
The Control Hub retains all details including video, user profile and location, which may be used as evidence at a later date
In Parkland, a miscommunication leads to a 20 minute delay
The “communication failure” led police to believe they were tracking the shooter in real time, when in fact they were seeing footage from 20 minutes earlier, the chief said.
Cruz had already killed 17 and fled.
A single intruder cannot pose a direct threat to an entire facility at once.
If faculty and students are aware that a shooter is in the cafeteria, securing students in classrooms may well be the best response