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  • TASA TASB 2019

Texas Schools Could Be Helped by Communications Platform

Communications Platform Used by Dept. of Homeland Security Could Help Texas Schools Respond in an Emergency  DALLAS, TX — This week, Texas School Administrators and Texas School Boards gathered for their annual convention at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas. On the minds of many: school safety. And in the wake of recent tragedies in across Texas, school leaders are looking for ways not only to prevent a school shooting, but how to...

September 23rd, 2019|
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Real-time Communication Helps Protect Schools

Guilford County Sheriff’s Office looking to use real-time communication to help protect schools MARCH 22, 2018, BY NICK STURDIVANT http://myfox8.com/2018/03/22/guilford-county-sheriffs-office-looking-to-use-real-time-communication-to-help-protect-schools/ GREENSBORO, N.C. -- It only takes a few minutes for an emergency, like an active shooter situation, to unfold. Shootings at high schools in both Florida and more recently, Maryland are prime examples. It's why the Guilford County Sheriff's Office is hoping to use technology to keep a better eye on schools, no matter where deputies are....

March 26th, 2018|
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Seminole Schools Security System

Seminole schools security system includes panic button phone app By Erin Murray, Reporter Last Updated: Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 12:55 PM EDT SANFORD -- After shootings like the one last month in Parkland, several school districts are taking a hard look at their security measures. Seminole schools, other agencies use Mutualink Security system connects first responders with panic button Teachers have access to special app  The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office and school district feel a system they...

March 15th, 2018|
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School Security Webinar

School Security Webinar How Seminole County, FL Protects 66,000 Students with Mutualink and Rave Panic Button Unfortunately, times call for increased attention to safety and security in the classroom. Fortunately, school districts increasingly work hand-in-hand with law enforcement to implement solutions that keep teachers and students safe. Mutualink had the pleasure of working with Captain Richard Francis, School Safety and Security Director at Seminole County Sheriff's Office, to implement a unique solution. Building on our...

November 9th, 2017|
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Members of Warwick Police, Fire, School systems watch a Mutualink demonstration

WARWICK, R.I. – Sitting in front of a large screen at the school administration building off Warwick Avenue, city and school officials watched in real time a scene in which police officers took down a man brandishing a rifle at the Oakland Beach Elementary School, miles away. The exercise Thursday night was a drill to demonstrate the school department's newly acquired Mutualink system. The communication platform allows firefighters, officers and rescue workers to communicate in...

March 13th, 2017|
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Mutualink, Rave Deploy in Warwick Public Schools

Solution Will Save Lives at Public Schools through Enhanced Collaboration with Police Department, Fire Department and Kent Hospital Wallingford, CT and Framingham, MA – March 9, 2017 – Mutualink and Rave Mobile Safety today announced that Warwick Public Schools enabled faster real-time communication and information sharing with first responders through the installation of their joint solution. The deployment represents the first district-wide implementation of the solution combining Mutualink’s multimedia interoperable communications platform with Rave Mobile...

March 9th, 2017|
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Mutualink, Rave Mobile Safety Partner to Improve Emergency Response Times, Incident Communications

Wallingford, CT – Two leading public safety technology innovators, Mutualink and Rave Mobile Safety, have partnered to enable faster real-time communication and information sharing with first responders during an emergency. The companies have integrated their advanced communication technologies – Rave Panic Button and Mutualink K12 – into one effective, easy-to-use system. The communications platform is ideal for K-12 schools, colleges and universities, as well as hospitals, municipal buildings, retail and entertainment venues, and corporate campuses.

April 20th, 2016|
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First Responders Get Instant Link to School Communications

Governor Cuomo announced the launch of a new school safety pilot program, Mutualink K-12, which will roll out in 20 public schools in Oneida and Rockland counties later this month. Mutualink K-12 is a new technology designed to improve communications and the sharing of information between participating schools and local first responders during an emergency. It will be implemented by the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services’ Office of Interoperable and...

November 25th, 2015|