Technology is an amazing thing. In the past two decades, the advancement of technology has revolutionized nearly every facet of our lives. Personal computers make us more productive and able to do things we never could before. The rise of the Internet and the power of cloud computing combined gives us access to information at our fingertips. Smartphones provide apps that help us with everything from instant communication, to scheduling meetings, to navigating to our next destination.
Can you imagine your life without technology?
At Raptor Technologies, we cant either. Thats why we’re on a mission to bring every school in America into the 21st century when it comes to safeguarding their students, faculty and staff.
Did you know that approximately 80% of schools across the nation are still using only pencil and paper sign-in sheets for tracking visitors? How is your children’s school(s) tracking their visitors?
Only 1 in 5 schools are using up-to-date technology to protect their campuses. Thats like leaving your car unlocked all day 4 out of every 5 work days. No one could imagine doing that, but this is exactly what America’s schools are doing.
Still today 80% of schools rely on sign-in sheets with illegible names written on them, and no way to know who is in their school or where they are supposed to be at any given time. And most importantly, these schools have no way of knowing if the person writing their name on their sign-in sheet is someone who could harm their students or teachers.
We are on a mission to change that reality.
School safety is too important to leave unaddressed by continuing to use pencil and paper sign-in sheets. Raptors Visitor Management System provides a cloud-based platform for checking in and screening visitors to K-12 schools. Our proprietary technology instantly checks visitors against sex offender databases in all 50 states as well as against custom alerts for custody issues or known criminal offenders.
We strive to protect every child, every school, every day.
Click here to learn more about the Raptor Visitor Management System.