CRISISALERT IN ACTION
CENTEGIX CrisisAlert makes headlines for the simplicity and reliability of our incident response solution.
One Badge. One Button.
Martin County Schools Makes the Switch to Badge from App
Every school in Martin County had a security system, but the old one worked through the phone. In an emergency, a teacher or a staff member first had to find their phone and hoped they had good cellular or wi-fi signal. They made the switch from app-based to badge-based and the new system, CENTEGIX CrisisAlert, works in seconds and is a wearable badge for quick access.
Baldwin County Schools Gets Life-Saving Alert System
Teachers and staff at Fairhope High School are now trained to make the school a lot safer. The CENTEGIX CrisisAlert system was installed at the school and could be a springboard for other schools in the district in the future. From the front office to the classrooms, teachers and staff at Fairhope High are now empowered like never before.
School Security System ‘Game Changer’ for Hillsborough County Schools
With some Hillsborough County school campuses having more than 40-acres, the CENTEGIX CrisisAlert system is a ‘game-changer’ since school administrators and emergency personnel are able to know where the help is needed on campus. The easy-to-use solution allows staff and administrators to immediately handle any situation, anywhere on the premises with the push of a button.
Lee County Schools Begin Using New Security System
Ahead of the 2021-22 school year, Lee County Schools have implemented CrisisAlert to meet the requirements of Alyssa’s Law. Cape Coral Police Chief Anthony Sizemore says the system’s ability to contact law enforcement with an exact location helps first responders to arrive on scene even sooner.
Alabaster City Schools in Alabama Adding Another Layer of Safety with CENTEGIX CrisisAlert
Alabaster City Schools are making it easier for faculty and staff members to communicate in an emergency with the CrisisAlert system. They are the first school district in Alabama to install CENTEGIX CrisisAlert, which provides all teachers and staff with a wearable badge that allows them to call for help with the push of a button.
Dothan City Schools Implement New Security System
Dothan City Schools is testing CrisisAlert at three schools, allowing staff to quickly and easily call for help for emergencies – from the everyday to the extreme. CrisisAlert will soon give teachers and staff access to notify others with the click of a button.
CRISISALERT IN REAL-LIFE SITUATIONS FROM THE EVERYDAY TO THE EXTEREME
Lee County School District Staff Saves Student’s Life
Doctors said if not for the quick action by the Lee County School District staff, Mia Santiago wouldn’t be here today. In August, Mia experienced a medical emergency during class and with the CrisisAlert badge her teacher was able to quickly call for help.
Martin County School District Student and Staff Protected
When two people jumped the fence at a Martin County pre-K school, the staff jumped into action and pressed the CrisisAlert badge which triggered strobes and intercom messages. The audio and visual warnings scared the trespassers who immediately jumped back over the fence and took off.
Frank Frangella, the Martin County School District safety and security director for the school district said it was money well spent.
Thomson High School Placed On Lockdown After Potential Threat
Through the newly implemented Centegix CrisisAlert System, Thomson High School was then placed on lockdown within less than one minute of receiving the 911 call. According to the School System, within a matter of minutes, the threat was removed by law enforcement.
Hillsborough County School Teachers Help Save Student’s Life
A Hillsborough County School teacher and paraprofessional jumped into action to help save a boy’s life when they noticed a child on the playground needed emergency attention. While they began to administer care they simultaneously called for help using their CrisisAlert badge.
McDuffie County Schools Superintendent Initiated Lockdown in Seconds
When Superintendent Mychele Rhodes activated lockdowns at two schools in her district, it only took seconds, She was able to initiate lockdowns in by using technology on her phone from CENTEGIX when she heard about a potential threat in the area from local law enforcement.
IN A CRISIS, EVERY SECOND MATTERS.