To develop the next generation of leaders, educational institutions nationwide must prioritize safety and security. Unfortunately, current emergency response systems are outdated, lack interoperability, and do not adequately address the growing issue of cellphone 911 calls. In fact, up to 85% of all 911 calls are made from cell phones, yet existing systems fail to provide accurate location data for first responders to respond to emergencies quickly and effectively.

The Complete Solution for School Safety & Compliance

It is critical for schools to comply with federal laws such as Kari’s Law, RAY BAUM’S Act, and Alyssa’s Law because they prioritize the safety and well-being of students and staff. These laws aim to ensure that emergency services can be accessed quickly and easily in the event of an emergency, such as a medical emergency or an active shooter situation. Failure to comply with these laws can lead to delays in emergency response times and potential harm to individuals on school premises. By complying with these laws, schools can create a safer environment for everyone and provide peace of mind for parents, students, and staff alike.

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911 Compliance and Safety for Education

Kari’s Law mandates that schools have direct access to emergency services by eliminating the requirement to dial a prefix for an outside line, ensuring swift emergency response.
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The system must allow direct access to 911 without any access codes.

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The system must provide on-site notification that the call has occurred and from what station.

The RAY BAUM’S Act requires schools to provide accurate and precise information about the caller’s location when dialing emergency services, enabling responders to reach the scene promptly.
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Any call to 9-1-1 must deliver a dispatchable location to the PSAP/ECC (Public Safety Answering Point/Emergency Communications Center)

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Any call to 9-1-1 must deliver a dispatchable location to on-site personnel.

Alyssa’s Law necessitates the installation of panic alarms in schools, enabling immediate alerting of authorities in case of an active shooter or other emergencies. *State law in New Jersey, Florida, and New York – enacting in other states now.
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Any call to 9-1-1 must deliver a dispatchable location to the PSAP/ECC (Public Safety Answering Point/Emergency Communications Center)



Kari’s Law & RAY BAUM’S Act


Notifications are instantly sent of 911 calls from a native dialer, no app is required.


Connect to Door Access Controls, Security Cameras, Paging, Facial Recognition, Gun Shot Detection, and many more features.

Provide your district or campus with:

  • Kari’s Law, RAY BAUM’S Act, & Alyssa’s Law Compliance
  • Bi-directional communication between your district and local public safety.
  • Enhanced situational awareness during an emergency.
  • Integrated safety technologies used during an emergency.

  • SIS integrations to provide enhanced emergency response for student safety.
  • Mass notification capabilities for emergencies and non-emergencies.
  • Interactive floor plans for clear notifications of emergencies.
  • Panic Buttons – desk phones and virtual options available.

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