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WNBA uses LiveSafe to give players an assist

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Technology like LiveSafe helps amplify fan experience at venues

Every year, millions of fans attend events in person, and technology is helping to amplify the fan experience while they are in the venue. Using apps on their smartphones, fans can pay for parking, order and pay for refreshments for delivery straight to their seat and even get help when security issues arise. ...

Businesses turning to prevention in fight against workplace violence

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Bringing corporate safety together through Unified Safety Communications

Advances in digital and mobile technology are changing the way companies look at safety and security. No longer do companies need to rely solely on antiquated methods like security cameras, telephone tip lines or a handful of security guards to protect their employees....

LiveSafe helps Duke employees report suspicious person

More than 100 colleges and universities across the country use LiveSafe to help keep their campuses safe, and while a majority of those who use LiveSafe are students, there’s a broader story to be told....

Making sports venues safer for fans

When fans attend sporting events, they expect to be in a safe environment where they can enjoy the game along with fellow fans. The reality is that’s not always the case, according to reporting by The Washington Post that focused on the NFL....

Sobering statistics on sexual assault show prevention and reporting are key

At workplaces and universities across the country, preventing sexual assault has become a key focus for executives and leadership as they strive to meet their duty of care obligation....

LiveSafe becomes crucial tool for Texas Southern

With more than 10,000 lives under its watch, Texas Southern has taken the proactive step of incorporating LiveSafe as a valuable layer of safety and security for its students, faculty and staff....

Joint Base Andrews adds LiveSafe to prevent incidents before they occur

Military bases are often thought of as safe places because of who lives and works in them. The 11th Security Forces Squadron in Joint Base Andrews in Maryland have decided to take it a step further by adding LiveSafe as an easier, more efficient way to prevent possible incidents....

Proactive employee engagement key to preventing incidents for GMT

Preventing incidents before they happen is critical for Global Material Technologies (GMT), a LiveSafe client that specializes in the manufacturing, processing and finishing of metal wools and fibers....

Reston Town Center launches LiveSafe as prevention tool

Reston Town Center, an acclaimed outdoor venue featuring retail stores, restaurants, offices and apartments, has become an even safer community with the launch of LiveSafe....

Prevention of workplace incidents goes beyond violent situations

When most executives think of preventing workplace incidents, the first thing that comes to mind is identifying and stopping a violent situation....

Why safety matters to your employees

Safety first is an easy phrase to remember. On Maslow’s Hierarchy, it comes second, but still has to be achieved before a person can become a top employee. There’s more to finding and growing talent than just a paycheck. Invest in their safety, and you invest in their future with you....

How LiveSafe can help keep your employees safe while traveling

For chief security officers, executive or employee travel abroad, especially to high risk areas, can be stressful. Being able to stay in communication while ensuring safety and security is key....

Celebrate when actionable information leads to an arrest

The safety and security community is a close-knit one where we rarely get to celebrate and say thanks for the successes that happen every day. Most of the time, those successes never get talked about publicly....

Sharing a new white paper: Reexamining strategies to address sexual assault on campus

As the campus sexual assault discussion came to the forefront, LiveSafe dedicated its internal research efforts over the course of the 2014-2015 academic year to studying existing academic publications, interviewing experts, and conducting focus groups with students....

Address Campus Sexual Assault with Culture, Not Just Compliance

Title IX, the Dear Colleague Letter, the Campus SAVE Act, and the Clery Act are confusing. The mandatory guidelines are constantly shifting, and it’s difficult to keep up. However, when implementing these requirements we must not only think about the specific measures, but also the intended impact....