Crowdsourcing Security: Implementing an Anonymous Tipping System
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Finding practical ways to enhance campus security without large add-on costs is a continuing challenge for schools. Anonymous tipping systems offer a powerful tool to rapidly and affordably boost security by leveraging a near-ubiquitous technology on today's campus -- the cell phone.

In this free webinar, Peter Ossmann, assistant director of emergency management at Siena Heights University will discuss lessons learned from the school's two years of experience with this service. Attendees will take away actionable insights including:

• Building the case for implementing a tipping system
• Developing a rollout plan and promotion strategy
• Establishing protocols for receiving and handling tips
• Deploying tipping systems for applications beyond security

About This Series

Best Practices in Emergency Notification is a series of free, peer-presented webinars that address many aspects of implementing or using a multimodal emergency notification system. This series is sponsored by e2Campus, the leading provider of intuitive safety communication solutions for schools.



On-Demand Webinars

Unifying Existing Communication Channels Into a One-Click ENS
Lessons Learned from Lee College

Making Sense of Mass Notification Policies:
Combining Emergency Technologies with the Right Policies

Beyond SMS: Multimodal Emergency Notifications

Lockdown On Campus: Lessons Learned from
Ferrum College

Emergency Notification Systems 101: Presented by Penn State

Issuing an APB from an Emergency Notification System:
Lessons Learned from Millersville University

Managing Back-to-Back Hurricanes:
Lessons Learned from
Delgado Community College