From NBC 4 Washington
Some campuses are going high tech to keep students safer. Georgetown University allowed our cameras into their public safety emergency operations center, where we saw what the school calls its EmergenSee technology. After students download an app, they’re able to silently alert police if they see trouble. The students’ smart phone cameras can then be seen on police TV monitors. “We get their geo-location. We get audio and we get video from the scene,” explained Chief Jay Gruber, the head of public safety.
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