On April 29, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa will be able to respond to students via a cell phone app. The Rave Guardian app is available on both Apple and Android platforms. Students can create an account using their UH email address, which configures the user’s interface for the Mānoa campus. Still, the app is not limited to UH students – anyone, including family, can create an account.
“ISU Rave Guardian” to Enhance Protection for 14,000 Students, Faculty and Staff at One of Princeton Review’s Perennial “Best in the Midwest” FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Nov. 2, 2015 — Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), the trusted software partner for campus and public safety, today announced that Indiana State University (ISU) has deployed the Rave Guardian Campus Safety App to increase protection for its more than 14,000 students, faculty and staff. Rave’s Guardian App – labeled “ISU Rave Guardian”- is the first and most proven technology of its kind, protecting students at more than 100 higher education institutions across the United States.
A new app is sweeping college campuses across the country — and it’s all about safety. As CBS 2’s Dick Brennan reported, student Mollie Rosenkrantz takes her smartphone everywhere, which could actually help keep her safe on campus thanks to the “Rave Guardian Campus Safety App.” “When I park across campus, the path walking from that parking deck to where I live is kind of dark and scary at night,” Rosenkrantz said.
Although home may be less than 40 miles away, on campus it is a world of difference. Varnell continued, “It’s not really our natural instincts to be on guard, like everywhere you go but it’s Little Rock and you really have to be.” “It’s 2014. Anything can happen anywhere at any time,” Officer Jennifer Lusk began. Which is why the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has launched Rave Guardian, a free campus safety app. Lusk continued, “I think universities across the nation are coming up with all kinds of ideas to try to put minds at ease.” Crime prevention officer Jennifer Lusk gave THV11 a scenario of when a student would use it, saying, “I’m at the library and I should be back in my dorm room or my residence hall at a certain time and they will set a timer for that amount of time.
The University of Maryland adds another layer of security on campus. Pat Warren reports students are now able to designate a personal guardian through a smartphone app. Walking the campus of the University of Maryland by yourself doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be alone. “The app is called UMD Guardian, which allows students to select a personal guardian, which will then follow them from point A to point B virtually on the guardian’s device,” said Major Marc Limanski, University of Maryland Police Department The student picks a person to receive their status information as they make their way from one location to another.
Rave Guardian Selected by Brown University and SUNY Oswego to Better Protect Students in the Northeast
Rave’s Guardian App Now Increasing Safety for More Than 18,000 Students, Faculty and Staff in Rhode Island and New York State FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Oct. 29, 2014 — Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), the trusted software partner for campus and public safety, today announced that Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island and State University New York (SUNY) Oswego inOswego, New York have each deployed the company’s acclaimed Rave Guardian to better protect more than 18,000 students, faculty and staff.
Rave Guardian Selected by The University of North Carolina to Protect Students at Flagship Campus in Chapel Hill
Rave’s Guardian App Now Increasing Safety for More Than 41,000 Students, Faculty and Staff at the Nation’s Oldest Public University FRAMINGHAM, Mass., December 3, 2014 – Rave Mobile Safety (Rave), the trusted software partner for campus and public safety, today announced The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has deployed the company’s acclaimed Rave Guardian App to better protect its more than 41,000 students, faculty and staff. Rave Guardian is the first and most proven technology of its kind and now protects students at more than 100 higher education institutions across the United States.
The College of William and Mary has a new, free tool to help students feel safe. It’s called the Rave Guardian app and allows you to connect with W&M Police with one touch, send a text or photo tip. “The app will also let you set a timer if you are alone or in an unfamiliar place, so that friends, police, or others you trust will be notified if you are late,” Ginger Ambler, the vice president for Student Affairs, explained in a message to the college community on September 29.
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