OVERVIEW & BENEFITS
Protect your students and staff and be in complete control during drills, active incidents, and reunifications
Track all your drills and eliminate compliance risks
Initiate a mobile panic alert to instantly request help
Request the right help for any sized incident from wherever you are on campus.
Seamlessly switch between campuses without worrying about reconfiguring your panic button.
Summon help for localized incidents such as fights, medical assistance, and vandalism with Team Assist.
Stay in touch with all users through real-time group messaging. Incident commanders and responders have a private channel, whereas all users have access to a district/school-wide channel.
RAPTOR TEAM ASSIST
Experts warn that we will see an increase in violent behavior as schools reopen and students return to the classroom. Students experiencing long-term emotional, behavioral, and psychological effects from the pandemic may be defiant and aggressive. Some students may also be in crisis depending on the stressors of their various situations. Schools must be prepared for student mental health crises.
Raptor Connect gives you the power to initiate multiple emergency response mechanisms from one point. The open API enables native, bi-directional integration with a school’s digital security systems. An ecosystem of partners covers a wide range of peripherals helping schools take full advantage of their digital emergency response technologies.
SAFE KIDS H.E.R.O. PROGRAM
Experts in education, law enforcement, and child psychology designed the H.E.R.O. Program curriculum to be the first age-appropriate and trauma-informed way to teach students, as young as preschool, how to prevent and survive violence. The teacher-led curriculum provides interactive narratives, lesson plans, exercises, and school-wide resources to make everyone on campus feel safe and be safe.
Hear what some of our customers have to say.
More than 240 participants, including students, parents, school staff, police, fire, EMS, and media, took part in two reunification exercises on the same day for the district.
The first reunification was done using the Raptor system. Every student was reunited with their parent in less than 20 minutes.
The second reunification was conducted with paper-and-pencil forms and walkie-talkie communications. It took nearly an hour and a half to reunify the same parents and students.