GUARDHYVE ALYSSA’S LAW PANIC BUTTONS
TIME EQUALS LIFE
After the brutal massacre at Marjory Douglas Stoneman High School in Parkland, Florida, the parents of one of the young victims believed that if police had been notified sooner, their daughter’s life could have been saved.
Lori e Ilan Alhadeff formed Make Our Schools Safe with the intent of mandating silent panic buttons in schools to notify police of an emergency.
The Alhadeffs proposed guidelines to be adopted in legislation that became known as “Alyssa’s Laws” named after their slain daughter.
Make Our Schools Safe has advocated for laws to require schools implement a mobile panic alert system capable of connecting diverse emergency services technologies to ensure real-time coordination between multiple first responder agencies.
Additional information about the work of Make Our Schools Safe can be found at www.makeourschoolssafe.com.
ALERTS SENT IN SECONDS
- The Alyssa Law system will notify 911 responders in seconds after activation of either the gunshot monitor, a wireless pendant panic button or a wall mounted panic button
- Sends two-way radio notifications
- Built-in false trigger detections prevent false alarms to be sent to emergency services
- Can be deployed across existing IT infrastructure
ALYSSA’S LAW LIBRARY
Click here to access our Law Library of existing and proposed Alyssa’s Laws.