An independent study shows why schools use two-way radios rather than smartphones to talk with first responders during a school emergency.
A new nationwide education industry report from Motorola Solutions and SchoolSAFE Communications shows that most schools want to talk directly to first responders heading to the scene of a school emergency.
HD video footage of the Pueblo West High School Active Shooter Exercise: 9-1-1 dispatch center, hall searches, hall rescues, evacuations.
SchoolSAFE exercises are conducted throughout the country to help each school establish or positively shape their school safety team.
First responders to the Chardon School District in Ohio can coordinate crisis response with school personnel relying on SchoolSAFE Communications, a Web-enabled two-way radio-based product that allows 911 dispatchers to establish a radio bridge between school radio systems and public safety radio systems.