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Standard Distribution Method™ Helps Schools Respond to Crises and Deliver Resources to Students During School Closures

With thousands of school closures in response to COVID-19, The I Love U Guys Foundation a well-known school safety organization …

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How a Visitor Management System Can Help You Reduce Spreading COVID-19?

As COVID-19 continues to spread, schools around the world face the daunting challenge of keeping their students and staff safe. …

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Streamline Your Meal & School Materials Delivery During COVID-19 with Raptor Emergency Management

COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, forcing schools to adjust their routines. Now, at the time of writing, some …

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Compliance with Alyssa’s Law Improves Safety and Accelerates Emergency Response

Updated August 20, 2020 Alyssas Law named after Alyssa Alhadeff, a victim of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy …

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Access Control Systems vs. Visitor Management Systems

A primary concern for educators and parents alike is a threatening intruder entering a school and endangering the lives of …

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Key Components of an Offsite Parent-Student Reunification

A Streamlined Reunification ProcessMinimizes Fear and Chaos When a student finds himself in a crisis event at school, one of …

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Madison County Schools install Raptor to flag unsafe visitors

This article originally appeared on WHNT 19 News. To view the original article, click here. Jun 21, 2019 MADISON COUNTY, …

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Emergency Notification and So Much More: The Raptor Emergency Management System

Emergency Notification System For as long as people have faced potentially dangerous or even life-threatening situations, they have needed a …

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What the Nations Largest School Districts Are Doing to Protect Students and Staff

Recent mass shootings have again sparked a national debate on gun laws, mental health, and approaches and attitudes toward public …

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