Reduce time to resolution.
Enhance communication between
schools and first responders.

School Safety: Reducing Time to Resolution

Mutualink’s K12 solution for real-time interoperable communications and multimedia sharing between schools and law enforcement. Protect students and staff with panic buttons, radio gateways and secure live streaming video.

Addressing Direct Threats to Schools: It’s About Time

Emergency Interoperable Collaboration

Schools must be ready to respond to all hazards, including man-made and natural disasters. In any emergency, effective communication with first responders is key to optimizing response and outcomes.

Mutualink enables secure, on-demand radio, voice, video and information sharing among first responder agencies and schools, even if they use different devices and networks.

Florida School Security Summit:
Interoperable Communicaitons

Florida School and Law Enforcement professionals discussed school security and interoperable communications on May 22, 2018 at Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida. The program includes a technology demonstration by Capt. Rick Francis of Seminole County Sheriff’s Office.

Preview:
One District’s Story

Hear a pre-recorded webinar from Capt. Richard Francis, School Safety and Security Manager at Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, where he keeps 65,000 students safe. The Mutualink platform, integrated with Panic Button, enables quick and sustained situational awareness between the schools and law enforcement during emergencies.

Resources

Hartford Active Shooter Exercise
Law and Order Magazine

Rethinking School Safety
FEMA PrepTalk

This is an innovative collaboration tool that spans the entire community. Our schools benefit from the experience our first responders have on the platform. Our goal is to connect with law enforcement more quickly, creating better situational awareness before they even reach the school. We’re also seeing a better way to work between schools.

Philip Thornton, Ed.D.,
Superintendent of Schools in Warwick.

Mutualink knows that you need more than a panic button when an emergency occurs. You need help fast, and providing first responders with real time information as events unfold is the key. Push a Mutualink panic button (or other panic buttons Mutualink integrates with) and critical information starts flowing. It’s that easy.

School Safety Videos

Instant Voice from any Device.

Mutualink instantly connects schools with first responders enabling seamless communications during an emergency. School radios, phones and mobile devices are connected with emergency dispatch and responders arriving on scene, eliminating time-wasting telephone relays and message errors.

Reduce Time to Resolution! Every Minute Counts.

Mitigate school violence by getting police to the scene quicker, with better situational awareness. In active shooter exercises with schools and police in Hartford CT, time to resolution was cut in half!

K12 Panic Button App

With Mutualink’s Panic Button App activated by Rave Mobile Safety, your smartphone becomes a lifeline to safety. When you press your panic button, you immediately call 9-1-1, initiate a collaboration session between the school and first responders, and notify on-site personnel.

Instant Eyes on the Scene.

At the same time, video from in-school cameras is securely shared, providing responders with critical information about what is going on.

Mutualink Panic Button
Mutualink Panic Button

Instant Voice from any Device.

Mutualink instantly connects schools with first responders enabling seamless communications during an emergency. School radios, phones and mobile devices are connected with emergency dispatch and responders arriving on scene, eliminating time-wasting telephone relays and message errors.

Reduce Time by 50%! Every Minute Counts.

Mitigate school violence by getting police to the scene quicker, with better situational awareness. In active shooter exercises conducted by schools and police in Hartford CT, time to resolution was cut in half!

Panic Button App

With Mutualink’s Panic Button activated by Rave Mobile Safety, your smartphone becomes a lifeline to safety. When you activate your panic button, you immediately call 9-1-1, initiate a collaboration session between the school and first responders, and notify on-site personnel.

Instant Eyes on the Scene.

At the same time, video from in-school cameras is securely shared, providing responders with critical information about what is going on.

Additional Resources

Case Study: Improving School Safety Through Enhanced Situational Awareness

By Joe Mazzarella

The mass school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. serves as another grim reminder of a disturbing pattern. Schools are attractive targets for those seeking to carry out high-profile mass killings. This trend is not limited to schools and has spread to other places of public mass gathering, such as movie theaters, malls and workplaces of all kinds.

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Creating a Culture of Collaboration
for Safer Schools

By Dr. William M. Toms in collaboration with Mutualink

According to the International Association of Chiefs of Police, “since 1992, more than 40 schools have experienced multiple victim homicides”. Technology like Mutualink can makes schools safer and save lives. The ability to communicate and see events in real time inside schools, and across agencies and partners when needed, provides critical capabilities that can make a real-world difference in terms of response and safety outcomes.

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Portable K12 Interoperable WorkStation

K12 Network Interface Controller

The Smart Panic Button

Governor Cuomo Launches Mutualink K-12 School Safety Pilot Program in Rockland and Oneida Counties

“In an emergency, mere seconds can make all the difference in averting tragedy,” Governor Cuomo said. “This new technology is yet another step we are taking to better protect students and ensure that first responders and law enforcement have access to quick and accurate information. I look forward to seeing the results of this pilot program.”
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Schools Train for Fires – Why Not Train for Shootings?
By William J. Smith –  AmericanSchoolSafety.com

Anyone who attended grade school within the last fifty years will certainly recall time spent on the school lawn or in the parking lot waiting for the fire alarm to be reset. Semester after semester, year after year, fire drills were simply another aspect of our lives as students. While we all remember fire drills, how many of us could cite the number of casualties caused by fires at U.S. educational institutions for any year?
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