Wed. May 29th, 2024

In an effort to improve safety in schools, the Cedar Rapids school board in Iowa is considering using a new technology called CrisisGo. CrisisGo is a safety tool that allows school and law enforcement officials to monitor and track suspicious activity in real time. The technology is accessible through a smartphone application, making it easy for staff and students to use. In the event of a crisis, staff or students can send alerts to school officials and law enforcement officers, allowing for quicker decision-making and response times. The technology also allows for attendance marking, communication among students and staff, and reporting of risks in real time. While CrisisGo can help improve safety and security, it is important for schools to also have clear protocols and procedures in place to address emergencies.

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