Our Mission

There is no cure to the lasting heartbreak and horror of a shooting – but there are measures that can be put into place to prevent such tragedies. School/Public Safety Grant will implement and install real, life-saving technology that can immediately improve the safety and security of our communities. Our ALERT Technology allows you to connect your existing cameras, remote door access, and PA systems in real time to your local First Responders….Saving Lives.

Our Organization

Together with fellow parents affected by the tragedy at Parkland, Andrew Pollack co-founded the School/Public Safety Grant to help fund safety enhancements nationwide.

The program awards the full ALERT technology to ALL Law Enforcement agencies, First Responders and Police Departments at no cost. School districts, businesses, and places of mass gathering nationwide with participating Law Enforcement agencies, can also utilize our ALERT technology through the School/Public Safety Grant.

10 Minutes is an Eternity

The average active shooter scenario lasts only 600 seconds. Each incredibly valuable. Each incredibly dangerous. That’s why we’re working to significantly improve the response time for law enforcement specialists.

“The responsibility to protect our children in schools across America is something that requires the voice of every citizen. We can’t do it alone, and we can’t accomplish this task with political warfare occurring between us.”

Andrew Pollack
American author & School Safety Activist
Time is our greatest resource in the face of our nation’s greatest epidemic. We must act now, so our local authorities and administrators can react faster.

Brand Symbolization

The School/Public Safety Grant logo was specifically designed to symbolize the importance of education and a bright future.

  • The blue gradient indicates dependability and strength, and invokes a ‘technologically enhanced’ feeling.
  • The logo’s thin orange line symbolizes the courage and preparation to help protect our nation’s schools.
  • The 17-angled sun in the center honors the 17 students who died in the shooting case at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida – the shooting that took the life of School/Public Safety Grant selection committee chair Andrew Pollack’s daughter, Meadow.
  • The shield signifies the need for safety, and the ribbon reinforces awareness for this all-so-important cause.

Seconds Save Lives

Take our tech walkthrough and see the School Safety Grant in action.

Our Friends & Partners

Meet our community of law enforcement agents, government officials and concerned parents like you.

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