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School Shooting Statistics

Although, this past Sunday was Valentine’s Day, a typical day to celebrate happiness and love, many individuals, couples, parents and families honored and remembered the lives lost at the Parkland School shooting instead.  They spent the day saddened by the occurrences at Marjory Stoneman Douglass high school in 2018, hoping and praying that no one… Read more »

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WATD/WMEX Radio Interview

This past Friday, Rob and Lisa of the South Shore’s Morning News 5 AM drive (simulcast on WATD & WMEX) interviewed President and CEO Brandon Flanagan to learn more about IN FORCE911 and the crowd-funding campaign through Start Engine, that the company has recently launched.

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Alyssa’s Law

Alyssa’s Law is legislation addressing the issue of law enforcement response time when a life-threatening emergency occurs.  Most people think 911 is the fastest and most efficient way to notify and communicate with local police officers when help is needed, but the problem is that 911 is over 50 years old and it takes an… Read more »

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What Makes A School Emergency Notification and Communication System Effective?

Before we get into what makes a system effective, we must understand the difference between Emergency Notification and Emergency Communication Systems.  An Emergency Notification System (ENS) delivers critical information in one direction while Emergency Communication Systems (ECS) are capable of initiating and receiving information (two-way) between both individuals and groups of individuals. [1]  Why do… Read more »

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We must hope for the best and be prepared for the worst

Why we must be worried about kids returning to schools and about how well are our schools equipped to respond to crisis events? The psychological, emotional and social health ramifications associated with the pandemic lockdowns have been significant and will take years to measure. Numerous studies have attempted to gauge the well-being of various age… Read more »

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Critical Communications

By way of introduction, Critical Communications, (in the event of an active threat) relies on the ability to accommodate various requests, utilize multiple services, handle various speeds, and manage required capacities while maintaining various levels of security.  “Almost all assessments of the September 11th attack have concluded that U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies had… Read more »

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Bishop Connolly High School partners with In Force Technology

Bishop Connolly High School, Fall River Police Department and In Force Technology Join Forces as Partners in School Safety Boston, MA-based software company In Force Technology, LLC has joined forces with Bishop Connolly High School and the Fall River Police Department to protect the school’s students and staff in the event of an active threat…. Read more »

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Gunnar Link joins IFT as Senior Financial Advisor and acting CFO

In Force Technology is pleased to announce that Gunnar Link has joined the company as our Senior Financial Advisor and as our acting CFO.  Mr. Link is an experienced worldwide financial strategist who will also serve as part of our leadership team. During Mr. Links career he has served as a CFO and as a… Read more »

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IFT becomes a School Solutions Partner with AASA

In Force Technology becomes a School Solutions Partner with AASA, the School Superintendents AssociationA rapid notification and two-way communication platformused between a school under threat with first responders. In Force Technology, LLC has become a part of the AASA to help educational facilities across the United States increase communications and further protect their students and… Read more »

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