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New Technology Systems Help Keep Oklahoma Students Safe

August 29, 2013

New Technology Systems Help Keep Oklahoma Students Safe

Schools around Oklahoma are constantly finding effective ways to keep students safe all the times. With unexpected threats and risks that may arise on school grounds, it is crucial for schools to implement better safety precautions to protect kids in any situation that may arise.

COPsync 911 is a new technology that aims to enhance communication between teachers inside the school campus and police officers near the school premises. It is a high-tech program that will allow teachers to send messages to police officers in case there are threats that arise on campus.

The program works by installing a panic button on teacher’s computers, so teachers can simply push the button to send a message to police officers. It is then sent to at least five of the closest patrol cars in the area through their computer systems in their cars. Each officer can view a map to the school, so they can respond immediately.

COPsync 911 is not yet in use in Oklahoma, but it is being considered due to its effectiveness. Once the program is installed, the cost of using the program is $3.33 per day. Right now, there are a growing number of schools that have installed their own programs.

Chris George
Oklahoma City Realtor

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