September of 2014 marked a turning point for both companies. On September 23rd, 2014, New Hampshire’s Governor Maggie Hassan joined Brandon-COPsync (COPsync911) to launch New Hampshire’s School Emergency Notification Initiative through a multi-year and multimillion dollar statewide contract that was approved by New Hampshire’s Executive Council and funded through a federal Emergency Management Performance Grant.
Today, Brandon-COPsync provides the nation’s largest law enforcement real-time, in-car information sharing, communication and data interoperability network, and the COPsync911 threat alert system for schools, government buildings, hospitals and other high risk targets. For over a generation (combined) Brandon-COPsync’s management team has specialized in representing technology companies seeking to enhance public safety, law enforcement and homeland security.
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The CS911 software platform provides a real-time chat window and allows faculty or staff to provide pertinent and reliable information via instant message to law enforcement. CS911 provides offers and dispatch with threat location (address and room number), GPS directions to the threat, and an interactive floor plan schematic of the school building — enabling officers to respond on scene faster with exact knowledge of the location of the threat.
Brandon-COPsync empowers educators with the latest, most powerful and innovative technology solutions. These solutions include providing law enforcement, school administrators, faculty and school resource officers with a real-time information sharing platform. Until now, one of the greatest challenges facing school safety has been the inability of teachers to communicate directly with law enforcement. COPsync provides teachers/faculty with real-time outbound and inbound communications and peace of mind that help is on the way – and communications continue in real time.
For the first time in policing, COPsync arms officers and dispatch with real-time reliable intelligence through a crisis communication portal. The officer safety crisis communication portal (“ccp”) provides officers with the threat location and a map of the building, along with any further information given through the COPsync chat portal (i.e description of a shooter, which way they are heading). Brandon-COPsync is the nation’s only real-time information sharing, threat alert and notification system that is certified by the Criminal Justice Information System (“CJIS”).
The COPsync911 real-time threat alert system will help mitigate a breech, targeted threat, incident or active situation. The COPsync911 system supports:
Alert System to Be Available in Brunswick County Public Schools, Brunswick Academy, and Southside Virginia Community College DALLAS, TX – April 26, 2016 – COPsync, Inc. (NASDAQ: COYN), which operates the nation’s only law enforcement in-car, real-time information sharing and data communication network and the COPsync911™ threat-alert service for schools and other potentially at-risk facilities, […]
Brandon-COPsync has the distinct privilege of announcing that the recent field study entitled: “The Role of Technology in Improving K-12 School Safety” conducted by the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has recognized COPsync911 as a “National Best Practice.” In the report, the authors summarize existing research on school violence, categorize […]
Brandon COPsync’s (BAC) partner Madison Security Group (MSG) hosts area leaders to introduce COPsync911 – Jim Doyle – Madison Security Group South East manager organized a meeting of over 25 local government and law-enforcement officials as well as defense contracts introducing COPsync911. The meeting highlighted a presentation by Brandon COPsync’s CEO Brandon Flanagan who commented […]