Motorola Solutions Safety Reimagined

61 800-722-6793 | WWW.TRI-ELECTRONICS.COM MANAGING TODAY’S CHALLENGES How do we know who’s coming to our school? SAFE SCHOOLS OVERVIEW DETECT ANALYZE COMMUNICATE RESPOND TipSubmit Video Security Licence Plate Recognition Watchlist Alerting Access Control How do we keep an eye on thousands of students? Appearance Search Identity Search Unusual Motion Detection Focus of Attention Self-Learning Video Analytics How do we stay connected and keep people informed? MOTOTRBO Two-way Radios WAVE Push-to-talk Communications Communicator: Mass Notification Ally Dispatch How can we provide eyes-on-scene from anywhere? Ally Incident Management & Records CommandCentral Aware P25 Mission-Critical Communications Critical Connect Access Control for Emergency Response EVERYDAY CHALLENGES Schools should be safe havens for teaching and learning, free from crime and violence. BULLYING 41% of students report being bullied, and fear it will happen again. WEAPONS 16% of students admit carrying a weapon in public areas. ALCOHOL 30% of students grades 9-12 admit to using alcohol. FIGHTING 24% of students report having been in a physical fight. VICTIMIZATION 827,000 victimizations (theft & non-fatal incidents) are reported at school by students.