- One of the biggest issues surrounding school emergency plans is a reliance on disparate and disconnected technologies
- Automated emergency response and streamlined communications are two ways to improve school emergency response plans
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As school violence has reached a 20-year high, schools and first responders are feeling more pressure to make sure they’re prepared to respond to and resolve school safety incidents as quickly and effectively as possible.
When an emergency happens at a school, every second matters during the response. But communication and visibility gaps continue to hinder school officials and first responders and their ability to respond quickly in emergencies. The ability to effectively communicate during these incidents saves lives.…Read More