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SmartAlert™ is Easy to Use - and Hard to Knock
No need for a full system upgrade… no need to install new wiring… no construction costs. SmartAlert™ utilizes the device nearly every adult in the country already possesses: a smartphone. The SmartAlert™ system is designed to act as an extra layer of protection that any school could use. Whether the school administration believes in armed guards, fenced perimeters, self-locking doors, the ALICE system or none of the above… faster notification, better-informed responders and improved communications will enhance any school’s emergency plan.
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A FAST, EFFECTIVE WAY TO STAY SAFE AND GET HELP
Most schools currently use their public address system, phone system or student runners to alert the campus of an emergency. This process is cumbersome, unreliable and slow. In the case of a gunman on campus, for instance, SmartAlert™ for Schools can reduce - - from several minutes to just seconds - - the time it takes to lock-down a school.
CURRENT EMERGENCY PROCEDURE
(Most Schools)
1. A teacher notices a threat
2. The teacher finds a phone and calls the
    school office
3. Perhaps a student intern answers. She
    runs and finds an adult to take the call
4. The adult then needs to find the
    principal
5. The principal wants to verify the threat
    before locking down the school
6. The principal goes on the public address
    system and calls for a lock down using a
    transparent code
7. Finally, someone at the school thinks to
    call the police
Minutes have transpired since the perpetrator was first noticed… perhaps already going from classroom to classroom reigning terror.
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SMARTALERT™ EMERGENCY PROCEDURE
1. A teacher notices a threat
2. The teacher presses the large, red
    button in the middle of his smartphone
3. All adults on campus receive an alert on
    their phones and computers telling
    them to lock their doors and move their
    children into a safe area. The police are
    simultaneously notified.
Just 15 seconds have transpired - - compared to minutes using the current emergency system.
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