Timely, fast, and accurate communication are critical when responding to an emergency. With hundreds, sometimes thousands, of staff and students’ lives at risk, schools must be equipped with emergency communications solutions that allow them reliable, expedient direct access to public safety and first responders. We’d like to introduce to you our proven rapid response technology solution for schools and law enforcement officials.
Mutualink’s interoperable technology is like no other. With the push of a button powered by our partner Raptor Technologies, an incident is created between schools and law enforcement with shared radio, video, and data. Saving time and saving lives.
On this page, you’ll learn more about how our proven emergency alert solution is solving the challenges that law enforcement and school officials face daily when it comes to responding to critical incidents collaboratively and effectively.
The Mutualink technology goes beyond just radios. Our solution brings in all critical information – voice, video, and data resources together on an easy-to-use platform. Arizona’s state-funded school safety interoperability communications system meets legislative technical requirements and connects schools directly with law enforcement in an emergency. Watch the video for a live demo on how our Mutualink & Raptor Technologies integrated panic button solution provides instant communication to law enforcement and first responders when an incident occurs.
La Paz County
For the past eight years Director Mike Favorit has been in charge of security at Valencia College. He oversees a force of 126 officers across 12 separate campuses, a geography that crosses six different law enforcement jurisdictions. Favorit has used Mutualink technology for years and has seen the solutions provided evolve and expand over time.
Preparing a disaster communications plan for school security requires several steps. Learn about our FERPA compliant solution that enables on-demand, secure sharing of video and bridging of communications between school and public safety agencies.
Ready to take the next step, schedule a meeting with Andy Williams, your Client Success Executive. You can choose a time best suited for you and your team here.
During your technical workshop, we will introduce you to our delivery and installation teams, provide a high-level overview of the project, and discuss detailed information we will need to move forward. You may want to consider inviting the following people to join you in the meeting:
IT AdministratorThis person should have a thorough understanding of the networks and firewall, have intimate knowledge of routers and switches, and should possess the authority and root passwords to assign static IP addresses, as well as have complete control of firewall port forwarding rules. They will also need to understand your internet environment, make decisions concerning the use of internal connections, or whether to commission cable or DSL modems.
Radio Communications ManagerThis person should have a thorough understanding of the radio system, can determine whether to transmit and receive frequency data and understand wideband vs. narrow band, PL, and DCS tones, and can determine if the radio environment is repeated, simplex, conventional, or trunked. Further, this person will need knowledge of the FCC license, understands the coverage area of the radio system, and can make recommendations as to placements of control stations and antennas.
Facility Manager This person is familiar with all the work areas, understands equipment power requirements, understands house cabling and the location of network jacks. etc. This person can coordinate the placement of equipment and ensure the availability of AC power outlets, etc.