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District Director of Information Services
Deborah Ludford

“In one word, Regroup is a partnership. We’ve developed a great relationship in which we’ve developed exciting solutions and we’ve only begun.”

SUNY Schenectady
Dean of Student Affairs
Martha Asselin

"Regroup is a great tool for communicating in the event of a campus crisis. It ensures business continuity should we need to close due to an emergency. I am very impressed!"

Tennessee State University
Associate Vice President for Administration
Curtis Johnson Ph.D.

Hinds Community College
Russell Wood

Southeast Community College
Assistant Campus Director
Paula Young

Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog

Download Earthquake Prep Guide | The time to prepare is before the shaking starts

Posted on Aug 18, 2015 in Regroup News

  According to a new study presented in April 2015 at the annual meeting of the Seismological Society of America, earthquakes threaten roughly 50 percent of the U.S. population. More than 143 million Americans live in earthquake-prone regions in the lower 48 states and if you include Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, that number rises to about 150 million U.S. citizens (Live Science, 2015). Your community depends on you and other local organizations to reopen quickly after a disaster and in order for this to happen, employees and...

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Infographic | Behind the Gun: Findings & Trends from 15 years of Active Shooter Events

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 in Infographics

      Over the past fifteen years, more than 430 men, women and children have lost their lives to active shooters. And just in the last month and a half, Charleston and Chattanooga lost a combined fourteen citizens in mass shootings. We have released an insightful infographic that breaks down key findings and trends from incidents that occurred over the past fifteen years, in hopes that the data will benefit anyone who could be faced with an active shooter. The infographic includes: The most common venues targeted by active...

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It’s Wildfire Season | New Guide Will Help Organizations be Wildfire Prepared

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 in Emergency & Mass Notification Best Practices, Emergency Management

Wildfires know no boundaries and a single wildfire can easily cross private, county, state, tribal and federal lands, threatening entire communities in multiple jurisdictions. Last year, 63,312 wildfires burned around 3.6 million acres across the United States and 2015 has matched that acreage within the first six months while the hottest summer months are still to come. More than 72,000 U.S. communities are now at risk from wildfire The Wildfire Preparedness Guide, part of our disaster preparedness series, will provide you with steps your...

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New Tornado Preparedness Guide Includes Strategies & Mass Communication Best Practices

Posted on Jun 25, 2015 in Emergency & Mass Notification Best Practices, Regroup News

  Tornadoes can occur anywhere, at any time.   The United States experiences more tornadoes than any other country in the world, with around 1,200 reported each year. So far in 2015, there have been more than 350 confirmed tornadoes and states that have already experienced killer tornadoes include Arkansas, Illinois and Oklahoma with two fatalities each, and Texas, which has had four tornado-related fatalities. Knowing what to do and how to effectively communicate with your entire network during a tornado is a critical part of...

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San Francisco Solves Mass Communication Needs with Regroup

Posted on Jun 24, 2015 in Regroup News

  San Francisco, CA – June 24, 2015 – Following a highly successful first term, the City & County of San Francisco (CCSF) announces they will continue to leverage Regroup’s industry-leading Mass Notification platform to streamline and enhance communication between the City’s more than 60 departments and 30,000 employees. CCSF has implemented Regroup’s technology across many of CCSF’s departments and services, including: the Department of Technology, the Department of Emergency Management, the Fire Department, the...

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