Active Shooter Incidents & Challenge of Police Notification

Anyone caught in a school shooting only has a few seconds to react and call the emergency services, but, of course, teachers will always prioritize getting students to a safe location. That should not change, what should change is the way a teacher or member of staff can report a violent incident to the authorities.

Speaker: Nate McVicker
Date: Thursday, February 11, 2016
2:00 – 3:00 PM Eastern
1:00 – 2:00 PM Central

What if by pressing a panic button on a smartphone help could be on its way? The Hero911 app has been developed with this idea in mind. Any teacher or member of staff in the premises can easily alert all nearby law enforcement officers that are part of the network, as well as the appropriate 911 call center. This will streamline the notification process and save response time. This free app works with the Guard 911 services in all 50 states and is backed by experts in active shootings. In two years, over 26,000 LEOs have joined the network. Police associations and agencies across the country highly recommend Hero911, take part in our webinar to find out more.