In Force911 Blog
In Force Technology, Inc prioritizes its efforts around rural school districts who make up (28.4% of the total school population and receive 45% grant funds with 26% spending on services like IFT).
With the economic strains and cost to mitigate transmission effectively, what financial tools are there for administrators to reopen while providing a safe learning environment for staff and students?
An important principle that can be applied to crisis communications such as the Capitol riots, is the concept of making intelligent choices when it comes to response.
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.
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.
Alyssa’s Law is legislation addressing the issue of law enforcement response time when a life-threatening emergency occurs.
Before we get into what makes a system effective, we must understand the difference between Emergency Notification and Emergency Communication Systems.
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.
Why we must be worried about kids returning to schools and about how well are our schools equipped to respond to crisis events?