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SchoolSAFE Communications
Providing hardware, software, & training to provide two-way radio communication between public safety and schools during an emergency. 303-680-1899
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SchoolSAFE Communications 17h
Please talk to your schools about how they are working to make their schools safer. A little bit of training and exercising makes a big difference during a real emergency
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Safe & Sound Schools Aug 16
Do your students and children know their school's emergency protocols?
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Safe & Sound Schools Aug 8
Let's use our powers of technology for good – and reach out to other schools and districts to collaborate and learn from.
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I Love U Guys Jul 29
The SRP (Standard Response Protocol) and SRM (Standard Reunification Method) are highly-informed, highly-researched and data-driven. Not only that, these protocols are fully vetted by a review committee. Learn more:
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SchoolSAFE Communications Jul 15
The new school year is right around the corner, how are the safety protocols at your schools? Improving communications is a great place to start
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SchoolSAFE Communications Jun 27
We have been implementing new project installs for several districts the last few months. We can move forward in training the safety teams. A HUGE shout out to our phenomenal technicians for being stellar in their efforts, we are so lucky to have them. Go team!
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SchoolSAFE Communications Jun 24
Replying to @SafeSchoolsOrg
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Safe & Sound Schools Jun 22
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Safe & Sound Schools Jun 20
Spring weather can be unpredictable, and natural disasters can happen at any time of year. Do you have a plan in place?
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Safe & Sound Schools Jun 5
Summer is here, school is out, and many of us may be vacationing with friends & family, but for those of us who work in school communities, summer is also a time to plan and learn. Here are 5 ways you can continue to improve school safety this summer:
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SchoolSAFE Communications May 24
It's graduation season. Are you or your district working to have a safe ceremony? Ask!
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DC Sheriff May 7
7 possibly 8 students have been injured. Two shooters in custody. SWAT still clearing school. Students being bused to Northridge Rec Center. Parents please have patience with reunification process.
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Paul Timm, PSP May 6
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Michele Gay Apr 22
Between 2001 and 2008, an average of 218,851 preschool & elementary children received emergency care for injuries that occurred on playground equipment. What precautions are your schools taking to help prevent playground injury?
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NENA Apr 17
We're still celebrating here at NENA. If you know a 9-1-1 professional that deserves recognition visit to share your stories, photos, and videos.
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I Love U Guys Apr 17
training prepares us for worst case scenarios, empowering schools, districts & law enforcement to act decisively – such as today's school closures in – to keep communities safe. These choices aren't easy to make. It's how we respond that matters.
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SchoolSAFE Communications Apr 17
During our school trainings, we frequently say that it is always easier to defend an overreaction than defend an under-reaction. Under-reactions can lead to poor consequences
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Safe & Sound Schools Apr 16
Today we remember the 2007 Virginia Tech tragedy. We honor survivors of this tragedy and those who lost their lives. We grieve with their family members, friends, and communities. We stand with the heroes who will not give up on efforts to make our schools safer every day.
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SchoolSAFE Communications Apr 11
Many emergency events happen in schools, not just an active shooter. SchoolSAFE works to improve the response to ALL events.
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SchoolSAFE Communications Mar 29
John-Michael Keyes to lead school safety training for SAFER Grant recipient in CO.
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