CENTEGIX empowers Texas teachers to call for help in any emergency – from the everyday to the extreme
CrisisAlert is the Premier Safety Solution in Texas
Texas educators have always been focused on creating safe and secure learning environments.
Now, our innovative CrisisAlert solution empowers all staff with the fastest and easiest way to call for help.
With the simple push of a button on our wearable CrisisAlert badge, an alert instantly reaches administrators and responders. CrisisAlert is unique for its ability to deliver precise alert location, immediate audio and visual incident notifications (including lighted strobes, screen messages, and intercom integration) for campus-wide incidents, and 100% full campus coverage.
Request a CrisisAlert demo today – and experience how easy it is to call for help with the push of a button.
Why Choose CrisisAlert™?
Easy & Immediate Activation
100% Property Coverage
Real-time Incident Locating
Clear Campus-wide Communication
Easy & Immediate
CrisisAlert™ enables anyone to get help
with the push of a button
Expansion Into Texas
Watch our on-demand webinar to hear from our panelists on how they are using new technology to keep schools safe, school safety trends, information on Senate Bill 11, and what Alyssa’s Law could mean for your district.
Texas is Investing to Make Schools Safer
Through Texas Senate Bill 11 and Senate Bill 500, more than $110 million dollars has been invested to ensure district employees have access to communication devices allowing for immediate contact with district emergency service agencies, law enforcement agencies, health departments, and fire departments.
As you prepare a threat assessment to secure funding for your school community, the CENTEGIX team is here to help. Let us show you the difference CrisisAlert can make.
Need help getting through the funding application process?
CENTEGIX has resources to assist you. We work to ensure equitable access to funding & partnerships for Texas school safety projects.
- Grant writers who can develop and submit the application, leveraging input from district leaders
- Project management resources that can work across your district team to coordinate the application process
- Education funding expertise that can provide guidance on how to position your district’s funding needs across the various sources available to maximize the award
Alyssa’s Law Proposed in Texas
Alyssa’s Law is legislation that requires public elementary and secondary schools to be equipped with “silent panic alarms that are directly linked to law enforcement” and named after Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting victim Alyssa Alhadeff.
The purpose of Alyssa’s Law is to decrease the amount of time it takes for first responders to arrive at an emergency situation—whether it’s a shooting, a natural disaster, or any other unforeseen event.
Passed in New Jersey in February 2019 and in Florida in July 2020, Alyssa’s Law has also been proposed in Arizona, New York, Nebraska, Texas and introduced on a federal level.
We are a proud partner of TASA and look forward to connecting with you at an upcoming event.
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The fact that we are putting that technology in the hands of over 25,000 employees gives me 25,000 sets of eyes on our campus and helps to keep the campus safe.
IN A CRISIS, EVERY SECOND MATTERS.