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Building a Culture of Safety in Schools

alerting and crisis communications

Experiencing a lack of communication with staff and students during emergency events?

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threat and behavior management

Having trouble managing bullying and concerning behavior, or understanding threat awareness.

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reunification and student accountability

Could your reunification of students after events be smoother?

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silent panic

Do you have a way to send and receive alerts silently?

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staff status check

During an emergency, are you able to account for each teacher and all of their students, and provide that information in real-time?

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anonymous tip reporting

Do your staff and students have a way to send in anonymous tips, and have them addressed by the safety team?

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Thought Leadership in K12 with CrisisGo

Our latest series of blogs start with a basic foundation for what it means to have a safe school environment, to learning specific skills and understanding vital concepts to keep your schools safe.

Coffee with Kelly: A Discussion on School Safety

Our podcast takes our listeners deep into what school safety really means. Our Senior School Safety Specialist, Kelly Moore, who has over 30 years of experience in various safety roles, such as a Commander from the Santa Barbara Sheriffs Department, leads the charge in this podcast. He provides valuable insights to equip schools with the knowledge they need to keep their schools safe. 

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A Holistic School Safety Solution for Any Crisis

“Bullying at school at least once a week was reported at a higher rate for middle schools (25 percent) than for high/secondary schools (16 percent) or elementary schools (11 percent).”
“During the 2019–20 school year, about 939,000 violent incidents and 487,000 nonviolent incidents occurred in U.S. public schools. Seventy percent of schools reported having at least one violent incident, and 62 percent reported having at least one nonviolent incident (table 1) (figure 1).”
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