July 3, 2007 School Safety Improved In Georgia District

Ware County Gets Safer with Instant Alert System

Ware County School District, which serves almost 6,500 students in the Waycross, Georgia, area, is implementing Honeywell Instant Alert for Schools. The Web-based notification service will allow the district to quickly reach parents with emergency or school news. In addition, the district plans to install a Digital Video Manager (DVM), a video management and surveillance system that will increase visibility into activities at the county’s schools.

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