Newburyport schools to pilot emergency response app

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…
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New App Adopted to Enhance School Security

Southwest Times – William Paine – Pulaski County Schools, along with county law enforcement agencies, are adopting a threat notification system meant to reduce response time to violent situations within the school system.
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Montgomery County Schools Deploy Advanced Security Software

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.
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Scotland County Public Schools Deploys Advanced Security Software

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…
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Courthouse now equipped with IN FORCE911

Jackson WV Newspapers – The Jackson County Courthouse and Sheriff’s Department have recently deployed an advanced software tool that will facilitate immediate communication between employees inside a building and law enforcement officers in the field during an emergency. The Jackson County Courthouse, Jackson County Sheriff’s Department and Ripley Police Department…
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