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Building Partnerships Between Schools and Public Safety

Mutualink and Raptor Technologies talk with senior law enforcement leaders on how to create effective panic alarm systems for schools. Byline: Mutualink Staff Last month Mutualink and Raptor Technologies hosted a webinar featuring senior public safety leaders talking about how to foster more effective partnerships between schools and law enforcement. The past few years have seen a significant rise in school violence, according to the Report on Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2020, published...

April 29th, 2022|
  • Shootings Increase Demand for Panic Alarm System for Schools

Shootings Increase Demand for Panic Alarm System for Schools

There have been 32 school shootings between Aug. 1, 2021, and Dec. 16, 2021, according to Education Week in which 66 people have been killed or injured. That is 6.4 incidents per month. After each school shooting incident, there are well-intentioned promises from the community to improve response, better protect our children, and reduce chaos. [...]

January 10th, 2022|
  • Prevent school shootings with Mutualink solutions

Best Panic Button Solutions: Here’s What You Need to Know

Every child deserves their school to have the best technology available to keep them safe. This article reviews how to compare panic button applications and provides guidance for school safety officials. By: Jeff Kelly, National Director Campus Safety K-12 and Higher Education There is an urgent need for panic button systems for K-12 school security. There have been at least 23 shootings this school year as of Oct. 11, according to Education Week. Federal and...

October 28th, 2021|

Volusia County Schools Use Lifesaving Response Technology

Volusia County Students Go Back to School with Lifesaving Technology Chief of Safety and Security selects interoperability platform that complies with Alyssa’s Law to connect schools with law enforcement during emergencies DeLand, FL / Wallingford, CT (August 27, 2020) - When Volusia County students return to school on August 31, they will come back to schools that comply with Alyssa’s Law.  Alyssa’s Law requires each public school, including charter schools, to implement a panic alert...

August 27th, 2020|