SafeZone Helps Parents Know Students Are Safe
Janine Rigby, Innovation Manager at University of Manchester, explains how SafeZone breaks down cultural and language barriers and helps parents know students are safe.
Alison Levey discusses student recruitment
Alison Levey, Director of Student & Academic Services from Aston University talks about how using SafeZone helps make students feel safe and positively influences student recruitment.
How SafeZone Helps Students Feel Safer
Claire Humble, Head of Security for Teesside University discusses the impacts of SafeZone on student’s perceptions of safety on campus and the overall Student Experience.
Deriving Value from SafeZone
Peter Scargill, Director of Commercial, Residential & Campus Services at the University of Exeter explains how they used SafeZone’s mass comms to help evacuate students as they disarmed a WWII bomb, and protect lone workers and keep students safe.
SafeZone Pays for Itself
Alison Levey, Director of Student and Academic Services at Aston University describes the implementation of SafeZone and her view of the support and value it provided to Aston’s students (paid for itself).
When Considering SafeZone
Shed Coulthard, Head of Security at Newcastle University emphasizes the importance of ensuring all stakeholders are involved including the Student Union as this was a major driver in acquiring SafeZone.
The Value of SafeZone Alliance
Laurence Perkins, Head of Security, University of Leicester shares the mutual benefits, enabling staff and students to get SafeZone coverage on and off-campus while different organizations can coordinate the most efficient response.
Report Something Helps Build Culture of Community
Allison Levey, Director of Student & Academic Services, Aston University, describes value SafeZone’s tip reporting provides so students can report something anonymously that makes them feel unsafe.
How SafeZone Impacts Student Experience
Claire Humble, Head of Campus Security, Teesside University, discusses how SafeZone positively influences the Student Experience.
Why We Enjoy Working with CriticalArc
Peter Scargill, Director of Commercial, Residential & Campus Services at the University of Exeter explains that customer support is always there; CriticalArc listens to our feedback to drive the product forward.
SafeZone as a Strategic Asset
Les Allan, Director of SafeGuarding Services at Heriot-Watt University, and incoming President of AUCSO, views SafeZone as a strategic asset for a university and recommends it for consideration.
Securing approval for SafeZone
Alison Levey, Director of Student & Academic Services at Aston University discusses how she teamed up with the Security Team to secure funding from Aston’s executive team.