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Improving school safety is rarely simple, and it's never as easy as flipping a switch. Often times, small, piece-meal improvements can be made over the course of the school year, but major changes in school safety require rolling out a comprehensive initiative.
District administrators understand the frustration of trying to improve school safety using new programs, only to fall short and lose the confidence of staff. Building-level administrators feel the pressure as well. With so many safety concerns to address, it can be hard to cover everything without overwhelming your organization. Luckily, there’s a better way to use technology to make school safer for your students and staff — the school safety platform.
Weighing the Options
School safety is never done, so one of the most important safety tasks a district can do is to evaluate the data and build individualized safety improvement plans. Remember, training is expensive. If your district trains on evacuation instead of bullying, but bullying is a core cause of your incident and emergencies, then your limited resources will not have been optimally used.
School safety is a whole system, not a bunch of products sewn together to give the impression of safety. Safety platforms come in all shapes and sizes. CrisisGo's digital safety and crisis response platform allows school districts to cover the full scope of safety from crisis prevention to emergency response. To gain a better understanding of your district's safety and security needs, download this guide.