CASE STUDY: Douglas County
On 11/20/2019, Douglas County High School officials received an anonymous phone threat: “We’re coming to shoot up the school.”
- A staff member used his CrisisAlert badge to initiate a campus wide alert, which allowed the staff to lock down the campus and immediately notify administrators and law enforcement
- The alert included announcements over the intercom flashing strobes and desktop takeovers
- The school was on a lockdown for more than an hour
- Throughout the lockdown, teachers and administrators remained calm and responded appropriately
- All students remained safely in their classrooms and cooperated throughout the lockdown
- The police searched the campus and determined there was no threat
- The lockdown was lifted and the school resumed normal operations
CENTEGIX CUSTOMER SINCE DECEMBER 2018
Students & Staff
largest district in Georgia
“The Crisis Alert System was activated by one of our staff pressing his badge which gave notification throughout the school of the cause for concern. In terms of the notification, we heard it over the intercom, the strobes lit up and it came up on the the smart boards and monitors in the classroom and throughout the school. We were all made aware and the teachers responded appropriately.”
James Strong, Head of Security
With the simple push of a button, alerts instantly reach administrators and 911 responders.
Our innovative technology determines the location of the alert, down to an individual room.
Total Campus Coverage
Our network secures every square foot of your property – there are no dead zones. Badges function everywhere, inside and outside.
Audio and Visual Notification
Facility-wide alerts communicate emergency information using colored strobe lights, desktop alerts and intercom integration.
“The School Resource Officer from the Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office stationed at Clear Creek Middle School adjacent to the transportation facility was able to use the CENTEGIX™ CrisisAlert System to place the school in lockdown instantly and respond immediately to arrest the individual.”
Gilmer Schools Superintendent
IN A CRISIS, EVERY SECOND MATTERS.