Screen and track everyone who enters your schools.
Know precisely who is in your schools
Over 35,000 K-12 schools trust Raptor to screen and track their campus visitors, contractors, and volunteers.
Screen every visitor against sex offender and custom databases
Syncs with your SIS to ensure you release students to approved guardians
Immediately alert administrative and security personnel if a visitor is identified as a risk
Help staff and students recognize approved individuals with detailed visitor badges
Generate real-time and historical district- and school-level reports
With the delta variant driving a surge in new COVID-19 cases, you can keep students, staff, and visitors with exposure risk out of your buildings and promptly facilitate contact tracing.
STUDENTS & STAFF
Track both tardies and early dismissals, and know that you are releasing students to only approved guardians.
Raptor Kiosks empower you to control your visitor sign-in experience while extending the check-in process from your front desk to your school entrance.
Perfect for your school entrance or secure vestibule, this all-in-one Kiosk Station comes complete with a 15.6” touchscreen, built-in 2D barcode scanner, and built-in camera.
For schools that want to use their own computer or Windows Surface Pro tablet, this option provides districts Raptor Contactless Sign-In software for Kiosks on a district-provided device.
Hear what some of our happy customers have to say.
With the Raptor system, the district has successfully identified at least two dozen threatening individuals attempting to enter its schools, including several registered sex offenders and, more commonly, people attempting to violate restraining orders or flagged as dismissed former employees.
A visitor management system is an online tool that both registers and screens every campus visitor, volunteer, and contractor so that school officials know precisely who is entering their buildings. The best visitor management systems screen each visitor’s state-issued ID against sex offender databases and locally customized lists of banned or potentially threatening individuals, instantly alert school officials to a threatening presence, and maintain a searchable log of all visitors.
No, Raptor Visitor Management does not perform criminal background checks. The Raptor system uses the visitor’s first name, last name, and date of birth that is captured with the ID scan to check only against:
Districts can ask undocumented visitors to provide an alternate form of scan-able ID, such as a driver’s license or passport from the person’s country of origin, which will still allow the system to screen them for sex offender status in the United States or any locally customized banned visitor lists. In the event that a visitor has no scan-able form of ID, the Raptor system allows for the manual entry of information (first name, last name, and date of birth) for screening purposes. Only the minimum data needed to accurately identify an entrant is collected (i.e., no address information, no Social Security number, no physical characteristics data—hair color, eye color, weight—is ever captured). No other data is collected from the ID, and a photocopy of the ID is not retained.