During emergencies in schools, accountability for every staff member and student is essential. Often times, however, students are moving between rooms or locations when a lockdown or other emergency is communicated and are by themselves.
We've seen many instances in which elementary school aged students find themselves in the bathroom or jump into a closet when a lockdown is called. How can we make school administrators or First Responders aware of these unaccounted for students in order to locate them as quickly as possible and protect them?
Share911 makes it easy for any employee to report that they are unable to account for a student and let everyone involved in the emergency be aware of it.
Here we see two students have been reported Missing by Harry Jones, a teacher. As a result, every staff member, every administrator and every First Responder can see that we have two missing students, what room they were in prior to the emergency and where it is located.
If you have information about where a missing student is, you can simply tap or mouse over their card to open it and select "Report Found" or "Report Off-Site" if you know for a fact that the student is not at school today.
If you report the student found, their card immediately moves to the "Found" section of LiveView where everyone can see that the student has been accounted for and is no longer missing.
When a student has been reported missing and their card remains in the Missing section of LiveView, it indicates that the student is most likely by them self. School administrators and First Responders can use Share911 to make immediate contact with the person who reported the student missing to collect additional information about where to search for the student.
Your school can use Share911 Lite at no cost.