Guard911 Awarded State of Florida Department of Education Contract for Alyssa’s Law

Guard911, an Illinois-based company, will provide public and charter schools in Florida with access to their SchoolGuard mobile panic alert app. This app allows for immediate notification to all staff and law enforcement in the event of an active shooter emergency. Steve Hoard, the Coordinator of Safety and Mental Health at Union County Schools, highly recommends Guard911 as an excellent vendor choice. Sheriff Tommy Ford of Bay County also advocates for the user-friendly service, as all of his schools have implemented Guard911 for several years. Nate McVicker, the President and Founder of Guard911, expresses excitement about working with Florida to protect more schools from acts of violence. Guard911 was created in 2013 by law enforcement and technology experts with the goal of providing an early warning system for armed intruder emergencies. Their family of Guard911 apps is designed to save precious seconds that can make a difference in life and death situations.


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