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Campus Safety 2021 Emergency Notification Survey

IMPORTANT: Please click on the "submit" button at the end of the survey when you are finished taking it, even if you don't answer all of the questions. This survey should take about 5 minutes to complete.

1. Please describe the campus, district, institution or organization you are responsible for protecting:
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2. Is your current contract for an emergency notification system expiring this fiscal year? If so, are you looking to replace your existing system? *This question is required.
3. Is it important for your mass notification system to be able to, by building fire code and UL/ANSI standard, take over a fire system to drive people to safety during a non-fire emergency, like an active shooter?  *This question is required.
4. As you evaluate your current emergency mass notification capabilities and future needs, where do the following items rank in level of importance? (1 not important, 4 very important):
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Space Cell 1 - Not important2 - Slightly important3 - Moderately important4 - Very important
Campus-wide notifications (in-building and exterior alerts delivered to IP phones, PA speakers, digital signs, desktops, etc.)
Off-premise mass notification (i.e. SMS text, mobile app alerts, email, phone calls, social media, etc.)
IoT integration (i.e. shot detection, fire alarm integration, gas sensor detection, etc.)
Physical security integration (i.e. door locks, security cameras, etc.)
End-to-end incident management (i.e. tools to unify emergency response checklist, real-time reporting, and reunification processes)
Weather alert integration
5. What are you using for your in-building voice communication for mass notification? (Check all that apply)
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6. Would you support a state or federal regulation requiring mobile silent panic alarms?
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