OVERVIEW & BENEFITS
Effectively manage drills, instantly notify first responders, accurately account for individuals and safely reunify families
Prepare your school for any situation, track all drills, and eliminate compliance risks.
Initiate a mobile panic alert to instantly request help
Initiate a mobile panic alert to instantly request help from wherever you are on campus.
Raptor Alert is specifically designed to be used under duress, including large buttons that correspond to the school’s emergency response protocol vocabulary and iconography that are immediately familiar to users, giving them confidence in their ability to summon help.
The person initiating the alert can connect to 911 directly via the mobile application, voice call, or, where available, text-to-911. The initiator can provide additional context and answer questions so 911 operators can better inform first responders.
Situation-specific notifications are sent via text, phone, email, desktop notifications, and push notifications. Push notifications show and play audio even if the phone is in silent/do not disturb mode to help inform your staff an emergency is taking place.
Seamlessly switch between campuses without worrying about reconfiguring your panic button.
Multiple localized incidents such as fights or medical assistance can be initiated at the same time with Team Assist, sending targeted notifications to designated teams for an immediate response.
Group chats within the app provide critical communication capabilities during an emergency, easing stress and directing resources efficiently.
RAPTOR TEAM ASSIST
Every day, staff encounter emergencies requiring a local response, such as a medical situation, a fight in the hallway or an injured student on the playground. Raptor Team Assist, which operates in the same manner as Raptor Alert, provides configurable alert types for localized incidents as well as their own distribution lists. For example, for an injured student on the playground, a distribution list would likely include the school nurse.
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.