Date: Tuesday, Nov 3rd 2015 Time: 2PM EST (Eastern Standard Time) The US is home to more than 130,000 schools serving approximately 55 million K-12 students, and another 4,500-plus colleges and universities serving 21 million students. While the vast majority of campuses offer safe, secure environments, no school is immune to threats and risks. Students, parents, and communities expect their educational leaders to work with local law enforcement and public safety agencies in preparing for a wide array of man-made emergencies and hazards. To succeed, all stakeholders must work collaboratively, implementing consistent crisis management best practices and sharing critical information with each other. Haystax Technology offers an integrated ‘ecosystem’ of cloud-based school safety software tools and mobile apps that adhere to commonly accepted security risk management standards and accommodate the unique characteristics of each campus. Join us for a complimentary webcast where attendees will learn about:
- The roles and responsibilities of the McAllen ISD Police Department
- The challenges they face, focusing not just on more ‘predictable’ school threats and vulnerabilities but also on the danger posed by local gangs and drug cartels by virtue of their location in the Rio Grande Valley, minutes from the Mexican border
- A specific use case around using the Haystax School Safety Center Incidents, Threat Streams, and Map apps to get out in front of emerging threats
- More generalized use cases involving McAllen’s employment of the Assets and Assessments apps
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