Whether it's an active shooter, violent intruder, severe weather, bomb threat or any other type of emergency that requires immediate action and notification, being able to notify every student, staff member, and visitor throughout a school or district, can often require multiple steps that can take up to several minutes.
Ninex ThreatGuard System is the first fully automated unified mass notification system of its kind, that can automatically respond and issue the appropriate alert and life-saving instructions throughout an entire school or district in less than 60 seconds.
Every second counts during an active shooter event. With just one click, the ThreatGuard System can immediately notify law enforcement, close and lock designated doors, and provide a visual and audible alert message throughout the entire school or district in less than 60 seconds.
Ninex ThreatGuard System is Eligible for TEA 2019 - 2021 School & Safety Grant Funding
Ninex ThreatGuard System featured on the news after the Santa Fe School shooting
During an active shooter event, the first priority for law enforcement is to find and stop the shooter, all other actions are secondary, including rendering medical aid. Therefore, it is up to teachers and staff to render aid until medical personnel are able to enter the school.
To help mitigate the loss of life during an active shooter event, all Texas Public and Charter Schools are now required to have readily accessible Trauma Care Kits and Training within their School District by January 1, 2020. Ninex Trauma Care Kits were developed by Tactical Medics and designed for Non-Medical Personnel to treat the wounded, prior to the arrival of Emergency Medical Services.
Ninex Trauma Care Kits meet all Texas HB496 requirements, contain the highest quality medical products and are packaged in the United States. Ninex can also provide your School or District the required training by Certified Stop the Bleed Instructors through our strategic partnership.
One of the most difficult things any school administrator or teacher has to deal with is a student taking their own life or the lives of others. With many teenagers spending more than 5 hours per day on social media sites, cyberbullying has increased dramatically, resulting in more students harming themselves or others.
Sadly, after most school shootings or suicides, the warning signs were there, publicly posted on social media, but were not discovered until it was too late.
Ninex ThreatWatch System can monitor a variety of open source data feeds, looking for keywords or phrases relevant to cyberbullying, suicidal comments and threats of potential school related violence. The system can automatically send alerts allowing pre-incident intervention by school officials or law enforcement.
Ninex vulnerability assessments are designed to identify a variety of internal and external security and safety issues, risks, and threats relevant to an active shooter, violent intruder, or other types of high impact events.
Nothing is overlooked, we assess all areas from a shooter’s point of view. We will evaluate your perimeter integrity, areas of concealment, personnel and visitor security, existing protection systems, law enforcement response time, escape routes, and many other areas.
Sooner or later every public or private school, no matter the size, has to deal with an unexpected incident. Knowing what the appropriate response is based on the type of incident, can minimize the effects on your personnel, property, assets and operations.
Ninex can develop an incident response plan that can provide your school with clear, step-by-step instructions on how to deal with and respond to multiple types of security and safety issues, throughout your school or university.
Your existing protection systems, as well as your security and safety policies and procedures may not be in full compliance with federal, state, or local government entities.
Ninex can help your school identify and comply with regulatory requirements relevant to student, staff and visitor safety, emergency notification systems, evacuation, accountability protocols, and more.