A Guide to Panic Alarms for Schools
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A Guide to Panic Alarms for Schools

Everything you need to know about panic alarm systems for schools. Panic button. Did you just conjure up images of a bank robbery and a panicked teller pushing the silent alarm button? You’re not alone. Movies and tv shows have been depicting bank robberies since the Golden Age of movies. What the movies don’t show…

Pennsylvania State Representatives Introduce Alyssa’s Law Legislation
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Pennsylvania State Representatives Introduce Alyssa’s Law Legislation

Four Pennsylvania state representatives are working together to pass Alyssa’s Law in the Keystone state. Alyssa’s Law legislation requires public and charter schools to have silent panic alarm buttons in every classroom that connect directly to law enforcement.  Alyssa’s Law is the result of the 2018 Valentines Day mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High…

Texas and Tennessee Pass Alyssa’s Law, Ensuring Student Safety
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Texas and Tennessee Pass Alyssa’s Law, Ensuring Student Safety

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJuly 1 2023 | INDIANAPOLIS, IN Texas and Tennessee have joined a growing list of states committed to prioritizing student safety by enacting Alyssa’s Law. This landmark legislation, named after Alyssa Alhadeff, a victim of the tragic Parkland shooting in 2018, mandates the installation of silent panic alarm systems in schools to expedite emergency…

How to Comply With Alyssa’s Law and Its Panic Alarm Requirements
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How to Comply With Alyssa’s Law and Its Panic Alarm Requirements

What is Alyssa’s Law Alyssa’s Law is legislation that was first adopted in New Jersey. Alyssa’s Law is a state law that requires all public schools to install silent panic alarms that directly connect to law enforcement. The law was named after Alyssa Alhadeff, a student who lost her life in the tragic shooting at…

Mandatory Panic Buttons at Schools: Will Alyssa’s Law Go Nationwide?

Mandatory Panic Buttons at Schools: Will Alyssa’s Law Go Nationwide?

Alyssa’s Law, which requires schools to have silent panic alarms installed and linked to local law enforcement, is now on the books in New Jersey, and is pending in New York and Florida. Federal legislation could take it nationwide. What is Alyssa’s law and how does it involve emergency mass notification technology? Named for Parkland…