Students, faculty, and staff are deputized to provide crowdsourced intelligence, while campus security can send mass emergency notifications through LiveSafe’s easily integrated command dashboard

How the LiveSafe platform applies

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    A student uses Report Tips to share information about mental health concerns for a roommate
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    University officials send a geo-targeted broadcast message to football game attendees announcing a shelter-in-place emergency with an incoming storm
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    Students use SafeWalk to get to their residence hall or apartment after late night study sessions or outings with friends
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    Share just-in-time training with students, faculty, and staff about what to do in emergencies and other university procedures

Hear from the students…

University of Baltimore 
Student Sydney Comitz discusses LiveSafe as a tool to get help

University of the District of Columbia 
See the video UDC students created for their campus

University of Delaware 
University officials get creative with their outreach efforts

Trusted by:

Hear from Rudy Bellavia
about meeting students where they are

"For all of us focused on campus safety, we need to meet students where they are, and LiveSafe is a smart way to do just that."

- Rudy Bellavia, Managing Director of Business & Finance
Arizona State University

Hear from Chief Venuti
on communicating with students

Watch this VT News video

Hear from Chief Gruber
about why students are safer with LiveSafe

Hear from Deputy Chief David Carlisle
about today's tech-savvy student

"In today’s world of technologically savvy students, this application is exactly the vehicle for them to use to report crime, prevent crime, and stay safe."

- Deputy Chief David Carlisle,
University of Southern California Department of Public Safety

Hear from Operations Supervisor Susan Golinski
about working with LiveSafe

"Before our public safety officers would go in blind to situations in the residence halls. Now we are able to have two-way communication with students over a period of minutes, hours, days, and in a few cases, weeks where we were able to follow up with students."

- Jerry Roderick, Director of Public Safety Washington College

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