Florida School Safety

The State of Florida passed CS/CS/HB 301: Emergency Response Mapping Data which creates the School Mapping Data Grant Program within the Department of Education; authorizing each school district to apply for funds to provide mapping data for public school buildings; authorizing a school district to use the funds to procure a vendor; requiring the entity that produces the data to provide the data to certain entities, etc.


Watch this quick video to help you learn how GeoComm can help you make the most out of your grant money:

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Our Work with School Districts


  • Concho Valley Council of Governments (CVCOG), Texas Exploring a New Way to Make Schools Safer Using GIS

    CVCOG provides emergency communications services for approximately 16,300 square mile region in West Texas, supporting 15 Public Service Answering Points (PSAPs) within the thirteen-county region.

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    Denco 9-1-1 Brings Indoor Maps to Schools, Providing 9-1-1 Actionable Location Information

    Denco Area 9-1-1 District (Denco 9-1-1), providing 9-1-1 services to nearly 800,000 people in 33 jurisdictions throughout North Texas, recently worked with GeoComm to bring indoor maps to 86 K-12 public schools throughout the region.

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    Tri-County School Safety Pilot Project

    The Tri-County School Safety Pilot Project aimed to create detailed GIS indoor maps of seven pilot schools in the Tri-County area to improve response times to school incidents. The maps were shared with dispatch centers to be used in their 9-1-1 applications.

Lara Crutcher – Territory Sales Manager

Lara Crutcher, GeoComm Territory Sales Manager of Safety and Security, is responsible for developing and building customer relationships with school districts in the Southeast Region. Lara holds a bachelor’s degree in education from Southeastern Louisiana University and has almost 10 years of experience in education technology sales including curriculum, interventions, and data. She has also taught for 3 years and understands the importance of school safety. One of her top priorities is keeping children safe with school safety solutions to ensure a safe learning environment for our future.


Denco School Safety

GeoComm School Safety

Accelerate school incident response with trusted and patented technology for superior indoor visualization. GeoComm School Safety empowers your school and community with a dynamic footprint for a more unified, effective, and responsive security. This solution nearly instantaneously links a 9-1-1 call or the press of a panic button to designated school personnel (e.g., SRO) and law enforcement, displays the caller’s location on a detailed indoor map and alerts others to the incident.

In addition, the indoor maps can be provisioned into public safety applications, resulting in greater interoperability. The indoor map acts as the hub, integrating capabilities which can have a significant effect on reducing response times and improving situational awareness.



How will GeoComm Provide Value to the Florida School Districts?

The legislation (CS/CS/HB 301), as written today, funds the development of school mapping data that can be viewed in your existing public safety applications for emergency response. GeoComm School Safety can help fulfill your school safety needs and is in compliance with the Florida legislation.



Schedule a Free Demo with Us!

Talk to one of our experts about available grant funding and how GeoComm can enhance the safety of your students and staff.

Why Public Safety Location Intelligence®?

There is more data available than ever before and it just keeps growing.  Public Safety Location Intelligence® from GeoComm provides a new way to get the right location information, on the right map, for the right people, at the right time, in order to respond to emergency calls faster.

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