For Organizations

Report EmergenciesQuickly and Discreetly Report Emergencies
You can report an emergency quickly by pressing the red button to on-site responders and then discreetly share any additional emergency information through a text, photo, video, or recording.

Location TrackingReal Time Location Tracking
When you report an emergency, your location is sent to responders providing connected campuses and organizations real-time location tracking at the time of the emergency, for the duration of the emergency, and ending when emergency is resolved.

Rapid ResponseRapid Response
Reducing the response time saves lives. Through location awareness and mass communication, Punch Alert works to bring about reduction of response time and quicker resolution of the reported emergency.

CrowdsourceCrowdsource Content
Punch Alert provides two-way communication during an emergency allowing all users to be involved and informed. Crowdsourcing content provides responders diverse information needed to aid in the resolution of an emergency.

Emergency ManagementMobile Emergency Management
Punch Alert allows local and official responders to manage an emergency in a coordinated and efficient manner from the time the emergency is received until it is resolved.

AnnouncementsAnnouncements
An organization uses Punch Alert announcements to distribute safety information to users, both inside and outside of organization.

Blue ButtonPost Tips
(coming soon: blue button for Organizations)
It‘s all about keeping users safe and informed! Punch Alert users will be able to quickly report a safety concern -“Tip” – through a Blue button and view other reported tips.

 

 

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Pal Community

Become a PAL and be part of the movement to make each other feel safe!

Keep safe wherever you go
Pals can quickly connect to official responders using 911 or request help from other Pal members around them.

Stay Informed
Pals post safety tips that are shared to other Pals in the community.

Be a PAL
As a Pal you can make your community safer by “posting a tip” or “lending a helping hand.”

PAL Community Phone