IN FORCE911 in the News
(Jeff Pilch, The Buzz) A real-time, threat-alert notification software designed to reduce police response time and bridge the communication gap. The Problem When a person calls 911, it can take anywhere from two to four minutes to route the original call to the local, responding agency. Meanwhile, on average, law…
New Bedford school adopts new emergency-call software
NEWBURYPORT (Heather Alterisio) — The school district is gearing up to hold a trial run of In Force 911, a two-way communication app that alerts authorities of emergencies in 12 seconds or less. “We are going to be piloting this program this spring, and we will probably end up adopting it,” Superintendent…
Grayson Co. Schools implement life-saving technology
Grayson County schools to use app to enhance student safety
Grayson County Schools using an app to increase school safety
Advanced Security Software to Be Deployed at GNB Voc Tech
New Bedford school hopes mobile app will help boost security
TROY, N.C. — Montgomery County Schools and area law enforcement agencies will soon deploy an advanced software tool that enables faculty, staff and administrators throughout the district to communicate directly with police officers in the event of an emergency or security intrusion.
IN FORCE 911 Enables all Employees to Communicate Directly with Police Officers During an Emergency Media note: Superintendent Ron Hargrave is available for local TV and radio interviews. In Force Technology LLC CEO Brandon Flanagan is available via telephone, Skype or any Boston television satellite studio. LAURINBURG, N.C. — Scotland…
Law enforcement agencies in Jackson County are in the process of setting up a new tool that will speed up response time and enhance communications, and they’re the first in West Virginia to do so.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Va. – NBC10 Roanoke VA (Jessica Jewell) – Law enforcement agencies are going the extra mile to prepare for a possible school shooting and they have a new tool to help. IN FORCE 911 is a software that connects schools directly with law enforcement.