911 Cell Calls. Do You Know?

Why 911 geofencing needs to be part of your UCaaS strategy

Someone calls 911 from a cell phone in your
school or on your campus. Would you know?

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80% of Emergency calls are from wireless devices.

Compliance doesn’t always mean safety
One of the benefits of moving your phone system to the cloud is the built in technology to meet the requirements of Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act.  However, UCaaS solutions don’t inherently identify if someone calls 911 from their cell phone within your office or campus environment.  Since 80% of all 911 calls are made from cell phones this could be a significant gap in your safety plans.
What is Geofencing?
911 Geofence is a location-based service that alerts security and staff when a mobile phone calls 911 within a virtual boundary set up around a geographical location. This applies to ANY cellular 911 call made from within the geofence by any smartphone cellular device.
How can Geofencing help?
Geofencing can immediately alert all key personnel of emergency event and provide direct line-of-communication between building faculty, police dispatch, and first responders.
Kari's Law and Ray Baum Act
Not compliant? Add Risk Manager to your title.
Why you need to be compliant by
January 6, 2022!
Non-Compliance could result in the following
Endanger Students and Staff
Tragedy Leads to Large Civil Liabilities
Fines up to $10,000 and $500 per day
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We'll get you compliant.
Compliance requires three specific capabilities.
We evaluate the right technologies based on your existing infrastructure.
We provide solutions that enhance your overall security.
We'll help you implement the right solutions to achieve compliance.