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Title: SAFE Inc Telecor District Wide Paging Systems For Schools


1
SAFE, Inc.Security And Fire Electronics,
Inc.www.safeinc.com
  • School Security
  • 30 Years of Trust

February 2013 Rev 0.0
2
District Wide Paging
  • for Telecor II/XL Version 6.7

February 2013 Rev 0.0
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Crisis NotificationThe Variables The Responses
  • Response Plans may identify
  • Which personnel and schools to notify based on
    the kind of emergency
  • Who is in charge of the response at each
    location.

4
Crisis NotificationThe Many Variables
  • Notification, management, and coordination of
    crisis response plans
  • Schools can be affected by a variety of
    emergencies
  • Local emergencies such as chemical spills, fires,
    and armed intruders
  • Regional emergency such as neighborhood police
    action
  • District emergencies such as expected weather.

5
Risk AnalysisMulti-tiered Approach
  • Telecor recognizes that each jurisdiction will
    ideally use a Risk Analysis approach to
    developing customized Response Plans
  • Response Plans will not be static, but will
    evolve and use a multi-tiered approach
  • For example Plans may be initiated from multiple
    locations, e.g., from a School or a District
    Office
  • In any plan, communication is key.

6
Crisis Notification CommunicationsWhat Are The
Key Requirements?
  • A system that allows rapid notification from the
    source (a district office or a school) to Notify
    all other relevant locations and critical staff
    in the school district simultaneous to a local
    response
  • Remote emergency management personnel are
    actively assessing the emergency and preparing
    further instructions for the specific school and
    other schools
  • All school personnel are responding to the
    situation and are on high alert for directives
    from District.

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Crisis Notification VisionWhat Could It Look
Like?
Notification is automatically sent to district
office/key personnel who initiates the district
level response plan (e.g., intelligence
gathering, coordinating with police department)
Local Emergency (e.g., Weapon) occurs at a
school. School performs a lockdown
Constant communication maintained between all
critical staff, district office, and all school
locations.
District office has determined the specific
emergency situation and begins the specific
district response plan
A
Other nearby schools are automatically informed
of the lockdown, initiating a response
All schools are notified of the lockdown and
prepare to receive further information and
instructions
Remote schools not instructed with further
direction
B
E
Other neighborhood schools instructedto enter
lockout
C
D
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Crisis Notification VisionWhat are key
requirements?
  • Schools are already equipped with facility Public
    Address communication systems and thus already
    have a method to notify the school occupants of
    emergencies
  • Telecor District Wide Paging.

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Telecor District Wide PagingFundamentals
  • Allows for the distribution of pages and audio
    programs to multiple schools from a
    central/district office
  • Visual District Wide Paging
  • Distribution of pages and programs using MCC-300
    Console or telephone
  • Plus a Visual Graphic User Interface
  • And pre-recorded audio messages.

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About District Wide Paging
Central/District Office
Option A Option B Visual District Wide Paging
Option A District Wide Paging
School A
School B
School C
School D
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About District Wide Paging
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District Wide Paging Features(Option A)
  • Page Announcements to a School or Groups of
    Schools
  • District Wide Staff Display for Coded Messages
  • Audio Program Broadcast to Groups of Schools
  • District Wide Clock Synchronization
  • School Configuration of the District Wide
    Announcement - Destination

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School Group Organization
  • One District Wide Paging system can support up to
    64 schools
  • Schools can be organized into 32 School Groups
  • Schools can, for example, be grouped by region or
    grade level (e.g., by neighborhood, elementary,
    middle, high schools)
  • Schools in the same page/program/time group
    receive the same page/program/time (bell) event
    from the central/district office.

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School Configuration
  • Individual Schools can configure where District
    Wide pages/audio programs/time events are
    broadcasted to within their facility
  • For example, pages/programs/time events
    distributed by the central/district office can be
    pre-programmed to be broadcasted throughout the
    entire school, in classrooms only, in hallways
    only, in staff/office areas only, a combination
    of any of the above.

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Page Distribution
  • Central/district office can distribute pages to
    individual schools, groups of schools, or all
    schools
  • 32 School Groups available for paging
  • . Pages made from
  • MCC-300 Console
  • PBX phones in central/district offices
  • Outside phones

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Program Distribution
  • Audio source can be a microphone or 3 other
    standard audio playing sources (e.g., tape/CD
    player, media player, AUX source).

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District Wide Clock Synchronization
  • All clocks in individual schools can be
    synchronized to the central/district office time.

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District Wide Bell Tone Scheduling
  • Scheduling of Bell Tone events can be controlled
    from the central/district office
  • 32 School Groups available for scheduled bell
    tone distribution
  • Up to 16 schedules, with a maximum of 1024 events
  • Can specify which schools/group of schools
    execute which events by grouping common schools
    into the same Time Zone.

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District Wide Bell Tone Scheduling
  • Schedules programmed at the central/district
    office using Telecor II/XL Editor V6.7

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District Wide Staff Coded Messaging
  • Central/district office can distributedistrict
    wide coded messages ontoPro-Lite LED digital
    displays and2484 Digital Clocks
  • For example
  • Distributes a common message on a district
    display in ALL schools. Once school staff is
    aware on alert, appropriate response plans can
    take effect
  • Not Dependent on a Telecor System in a School.

CODE BLACK Bomb threat
CODE ORANGE External Disaster
CODE BROWN Chemical Spill
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Visual District Wide Paging
  • An optional advanced version of District Wide
    Paging that features Visual District Wide Paging
    for T2/XL V6.7, a program that provides a
    graphical user interface for simpler, easier, and
    more efficient control of the system
  • Allows for broadcast of Pre-recorded audio
    messages
  • Simple click activation of Broadcasts of Paging
    and Audio Programs
  • Visually manage District Bell Schedule
    activations and deactivations.

22
Visual District Wide PagingPaging
  • Individual School Pages distributed using
    Graphical User Interface

23
Visual District Wide PagingGroup Paging
  • Groups of Schools can be paged using Graphical
    User Interface

24
Visual District Wide PagingCoded Messages
  • Coded messages (with or without tones and/or
    pre-recorded messages) distributed using
    Graphical User Interface

25
District Level MessagingLocal Response
School A
Office
Central/District Office
District Display
Staff Response
Staff Activates District Wide Message Using VDWP
Staff Activates Local Lockout Using Visual Console
Classrooms
School B
School C
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Visual District Wide PagingProgram Broadcasts
  • Program broadcasts selected and activated using
    Graphical User Interface
  • Visual District Wide Paging allows for the
    broadcasting of programs from pre-recorded MP3 or
    WAV audio messages
  • Pre-recorded messages and national anthem
    (morning announcements) can be automatically
    broadcast District Wide according to schedules.

27
Visual District Wide PagingProgram Broadcasts
  • Example audio sources and school groups can be
    organized into a grid

28
Visual District Wide PagingBell Schedules
  • Bell schedules activated and deactivated using
    Graphical User Interface

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How District Wide Paging WorksSystems
  • Each school will have a Telecor II or XL System
    (or other manufacturers system)
  • The Central District Office will have a dual
    channel IP equipped XL
  • All systems must have access to the same Wide
    Area Network (WAN).

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How District Wide Paging WorksNetwork Structure
Telecor XL System at Central/District Office
WAN
Telecor II or XL System with DWP-I-IP at school
Telecor II or XL System with DWP-I-IP at school
Telecor II or XL System with DWP-I-IP at school
Telecor II or XL System with DWP-I-IP at school
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How District Wide Paging WorksRequirements
  • Central/District Office
  • Dual Channel Telecor XLSystem V6.7
  • Two IPI-MBs (dual channel IP)
  • One MCC-300 Console
  • Schools
  • Telecor II or XL System V6.7
  • DWP-I-IP.

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How Visual District Wide PagingWorks Additional
Requirements
  • Connected TCS-MATel-Comm Server
  • Visual District Wide Paging for T2/XL V6.7
    Software.

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How District Wide Paging WorksRequirements
District Office
TCS-MA
Telecor XL System
Schools
Router
LAN
WAN
MCC-300 Console
Computer with VDWP
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Crisis Notification VisionWhat Could it Look
Like?
Local Emergency (e.g., Weapon) occurs at a
school. School performs a lockdown
Constant communication maintained between all
critical staff, central/ district office, and all
school locations.
A
B
E
C
D
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Electronic NotificationSMS Email
  • Visual District Wide Paging can be integrated
    with 3rd party systems such as a DRMNS
    (Distributed Recipient Mass Notification System)
  • DRMS Allows for automatic communication, e.g.,
    email, SMS, and other media
  • This supports a Multi-tiered response to
    emergencies, with multi-layered communications
    technology
  • Supports district wide notification and provides
    local control of emergency response
  • Telecor is working with a DRMNS partner to bring
    this technology to our Dealers.

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3rd Party ExtensionsMulti-Tiered Response
School A
DRMNS
Central/District Office
School B
DRMNS
DRMNS
School C
DRMNS
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What about non-Telecor Systems?DWP-I-IP Dry
Contact integration
Central/District Office
School
Line LevelAudio
3rd Party System(E.g., DRMNS)
Telecor XL
DWP-I-IP
ContactClosure
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Remote Activation of Local ResponseTeamViewer
  • What if the local school controls are not
    available?
  • Telecor uses TeamViewer remote desktop program to
    access controls from anywhere via WAN or the
    Internet
  • District office
  • On-Site Command Post
  • For example, if a school is evacuated TeamViewer
    can be used to control Visual Console at the
    school to play an evacuation message for anyone
    remaining in the school.

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TeamViewerDistrict Office Accessing A School
School A
Central/District Office connects to School A
using TeamViewer
School As Visual Console software can then be
controlled by the Central/District Office
DRMNS
Central/District Office
School B
DRMNS
DRMNS
School C
DRMNS
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Thank you for learning about SAFEs Crisis
Notification and District Wide Paging
Solutionsfrom Telecor
SAFE, Inc. Security And Fire Electronics, Inc.
February 2013 Rev 0.0
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