Alyssa’s Law

What is Alyssa’s Law?

“Alyssa’s Law”—is approved legislation requiring schools, to have silent panic alert system connected directly to local first responders and law enforcement agencies. 

This law was enacted after 34 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida were injured or killed on February 14, 2018. Lori Alhadeff, who lost her daughter, Alyssa, turned the tragedy into step in the right direction and has diligently worked with multiple states to pass this legislation.

What Makes IN FORCE911 Compliant?

IN FORCE911 is compliant with Alyssa’s Law for all Android and IOS devices, providing a silent panic button on multiple devices, that send an alert directly to law enforcement on all of their mobile phones, in-vehicle computers and to dispatch, simultaneously.  The communication portion of IN FORCE911 enables two way communication for real times updates of the crisis, actionable intelligence sharing, building schematics and protocols empowering staff to make the best decision possible.

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States where Alyssa’s Law is existing in:

New Jersey
Florida

States where Alyssa’s Law has been introduced:

New York
Nebraska
Arizona

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