Texas county schools adopt Rave Mobile Safety panic button

Rave Mobile Safety to be used in US schools

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Montgomery County, Texas has announced that it has deployed the Rave Panic Button mobile safety application in approximately 130 public and charter schools. The application is available through Rave Mobile Safety, a Motorola Solutions company specializing in mass notification and incident management.

“The safety and wellbeing of our students and staff is and will always be our number one priority. Our school community should be focused on learning, not worrying about their safety,” said Andrea Shepard, Associate Director at Montgomery County 9-1-1.

“Montgomery County 9-1-1 and School Districts firmly believe that Rave Panic Button is the right solution for the times and we are proud to be seen as leaders in the state and to serve as a resource for others looking to advance school safety.”

When an authorized user activates the Rave Panic Button app, 9-1-1 and key employees are quickly notified so that first responders and users who have deployed the app are simultaneously informed about the emergency type and incident location.

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