Municipal

Municipal
Instant Alert Network

There have been over

170

courthouse and judicial
shootings, bombings, and
arson attacks that have been
carried out in the United States between 1970 - 2009.

Technology Solutions for Municipal and County Security

“Every Second Counts in Saving Lives”

IAN enables employees to be the first line of defense in responding to a threat or emergency by using a free iPhone® or Android® application as a mobile “panic button.” Municipality and county employees have an increased level of risk because of the services they provide and enforce in the community. A text message, push notification or e-mail is sent immediately at the push of a button to all employees, law enforcement and emergency services in the event of an emergency or threat.

Over 85% of the workforce carries a Smartphone everyday. Expand your current municipal and county safety protocol to incorporate the eyes and ears of all your employees.

Safety Benefits:

  • Utilize your employees as an extension of emergency services
  • Save lives with real-time notifications and alerts in the event of an emergency or threat
  • Notify first responders to the location of an emergency or threat using GPS technology
  • Every employee with a smartphone iPhone® or Android® has the ability to send a panic alert
  • Display IAN decals on windows and entrances of city buildings to deter a potential threat
  • Customize alerts and notifications to maintain the safety of everyone within close vicinity of the emergency or threat

Features:

  • Customizable user groups to identify who can send and/or receive alerts, texts, push notifications and e-mails
  • Determine individual users in unlimited group assignments
  • Personalize the user screen to meet your specific needs
  • Instantly connect to local emergency services using the direct dial feature and increase response time
  • IAN utilizes Microsoft® server hosting at three worldwide locations with 99.99% dependability
  • The “All Clear” message can be sent directly to your staff using two different methods