The platform may be used by schools to communicate vital site information such as shut-off valves, school emergency protocols, and school personnel information. ActVnet also gives law enforcement real-time access to live camera feeds from school sites, allowing them to immediately gain situational awareness in the case of an emergency. Making real-time communication and coordination between first responders and schools feasible. ActVnet’s web-based architecture makes it a useful and adaptable solution that can be utilized on a range of devices, making it a great asset for any department.
ActVnet is funded and developed by the Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE), a public educational services agency which does not profit from the sale of this program. Recognizing the crucial need to enhance safety measures in educational settings, TCOE took the initiative to develop ActVnet in partnership with law enforcement. This innovative program serves as a powerful platform, fostering collaboration and coordination between schools and first responders during critical moments. ActVnet stands as a testament to the commitment of TCOE and its partners to creating a safer environment for all.