Jim Schwab, Mandell JCC; (Jewish community center in W. Hartford)

“Event Alert is an integral communication emergency protocol and is effectively training staff on how to respond and react during crisis. We are extremely confident that Event Alert will provide unsurpassed situation awareness in a crisis situation"

Paul J. Chapa Chief of Police Asst. Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, Trinity University

"It's been a great product for our campus and complements our other safety programs. It is a tremendous advantage that ELERTS web-based product eliminates internal system upgrades."

request demoELERTS offers an easy to use mobile solution that changes the way educators and students report safety and security concerns. With the press of a few buttons, ELERTS See Say™ app provides the academic community with a new standard of care. Designed for iPhones and Android smartphones.

ELERTS See Say™ for Campus

ELERTS See Say™ is a campus alert app  designed universities and college campuses, and can include staff and students, providing a fast, easy way to report security concerns without proximity to an alarm system or call box.

FEATURES

  • Reporting: Drop-down menu makes Report Type selection easy
  • Crowd-Sourcing: Message, photo, GPS map inform Security Dispatchers
  • Broadcast: Warnings can be broadcast to all students who use the app
  • Administration: The ELERTS EPICenter web console manages Reports
  • Alerts: ELERTS EPICenter allows 2-way chat with sender of original report
  • Virtual Monitoring: Users can activate “EscortMe” by pressing a button

BENEFITS

  • Encourages students to be vigilant
  • Empowers students to take action
  • Handles situation with minimal resources
  • Enables ongoing bi-directional dialogue
  • Utilizes popular device already in hand
  • Can integrate with Video Surveillance Systems

School safety is everyone’s responsibility.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Download the app

ELERTS See Say™ for iOS
ELERTS See Say™ for Android


Request info or a demo
sales@elerts.com
877-256-1971