The SafeDefend™ Personnel Protection System includes a biometric activated device which allows for controlled access and secure storage of items such as gel pepper spray, a baton with a window break, trauma kit, safety vest, flex cuffs, high-intensity strobe flashlight and a whistle. Once the school safety solution is activated, an alert is sent to a nationwide monitoring company along with an alert to identified personnel to begin lockdown procedures. Law enforcement is immediately notified of the building and room number where the system was activated.
- Effective way to prepare, notify and protect.
- Empowers company employees with a simple touch of the finger.
- Instantly triggers alert to law enforcement.
We developed the SafeDefend™ protection system and our expansive school and business solutions with the help of state, local and national law enforcement and crisis experts. We created a solution that enhances all of your current systems and protocols. Our system was designed with the customer in mind creating a solution that integrates with control access, cameras and many other systems you may have in place. SafeDefend™ founder, Jeff Green, realized law enforcement just can't get there in time. SafeDefend™ was created to reduce the time it takes for help to arrive while keeping staff, students and visitors safe.
Homicides in our K-12 schools in 30 years
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Second to activate SafeDefend™ System
Law enforcement response time is reduced with this system due to immediate alert notification when the emergency box is opened that provides accurate crime location information.
This system empowers staff to take action by providing key training with real-time information that prepares them for the chaos of a crisis.
By reducing vulnerability, this system calms fear about potential attacks and gives teachers tools to protect students.
A thousand unique fingerprints can be remotely programmed to allow access to each safe. Having controlled access prevents false alarms and secures all items against unauthorized use. A notification is immediately sent when opened and identifies the first safe to be opened down to the room number for responders.
Our safety boxes alert law enforcement, main office, on-site resource officer, teachers and staff and district administrators.