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Raptor Technologies®, Nation’s Leading Developer of Security Software Solutions for K-12 Schools, Hosts Webinar by Max Schachter, School Safety Activist & Father of Parkland Victim

HOUSTON, Feb. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Raptor Technologies, the market leader in U.S. K-12 school safety solutions, will host a live webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019 at 1 p.m. CST with Max Schachter, founder of Safe Schools for Alex and father of one of the 17 victims killed in the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, 2018. In this live webinar, Schachter will share details of what happened that day, what lessons can be learned, and key strategies for prevention. To register for this free webinar, consumers and educators can go to www.go.raptortech.com/Max-Schachter.

“School safety has become one of the biggest concerns for educators, parents, and students,” said Eileen Shihadeh, senior vice president, Raptor Technologies. “It’s imperative for us as a community concerned with school safety to come together, share our learnings, and discuss a better path forward. Raptor Technologies is glad to be able to provide a vehicle to do just that through the Raptor School Safety Webinar Series.”

The Safe Schools for Alex foundation was initiated to support the creation of national school safety best practices and to establish a foundational school safety implementation model. Since the death of Max’s son, Alex, Schachter has been influential in driving policy change at the highest levels of U.S. government to improve school security and crime prevention. He is also helping lead additional commissions and committees of interdisciplinary members, politicians, and subject matter experts to drive consensus on challenging school safety issues and obstacles. Once the national school safety best practices are created, Safe Schools for Alex will issue grants to schools nationwide to assist in hardening their structures, so they can better protect themselves from these horrible tragedies in the future.

Founded in 2002, Raptor’s mission is to protect every child, in every school, every day. Raptor Technologies helps over 25,000 schools to protect their students and staff with innovative visitor, volunteer, and emergency management systems that instantly screen for registered sex offenders, manage custody issues, run background checks on volunteers, and aid in the preparation, response and recovery from emergencies.

For more information: www.raptortech.com /register

About Raptor Technologies®
Raptor Technologies is the nation’s leading provider of integrated school safety technologies for K-12 schools across the United States. Founded in 2002, Raptor developed the first Web-based visitor management system designed for schools. The Raptor® system monitors visitors, contractors, and volunteers who enter a building and provides instant screening for sex offender status and custody orders. The system has flagged more than 50,000 registered sex offenders attempting to enter K-12 schools. In fall of 2017, the company unveiled Raptor Emergency Management®, a system that helps schools prepare for, respond to, and recover from an incident with drill management, active incident management, and parent-student reunification tools. It also provides real-time reporting dashboards allowing administrators to track the status and location of every individual in a building in the event of an emergency. In 2019, more than 25,000 schools across the nation trust Raptor to help protect their schools. For more information, visit www.raptortech.com

Media Contact: Ida Yenney, KCPR for Raptor Technologies, (818) 419-0516, idayenney@gmail.com

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