Titan Health & Security Technology is connecting people who need help with the people nearest to them who can provide it. As a result, people are receiving emergency assistance quicker and without the delays and rerouted phone calls associated with dialing “911.”
The school board voted 6-0 on Tuesday to expand to all district campuses the use of a smartphone app to communicate with school officials and police during emergencies.
Cautious isn’t a word that is often associated with millennials. In fact, they are largely seen as being impulsive and adventure-seeking. Yet it turns out, that perception may not be completely accurate. According to a recent study, 76% of millennials surveyed reported passing up experiences due to personal safety concerns.
Vic A. Merjanian is the CEO and Founder of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc, and Vladimir Anderson, law enforcement consultant and Founder and Executive Director of the California Association of School Resource Officers and Safety Professionals.
The recent Las Vegas shooting rampage was a tragic event that reminds everyone that violent incidents have become all too frequent in modern society. Consider these statistics: There were more than 350 mass shootings in the United States in 2015. That same year, more than 12,000 people were killed in gun incidents.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., June 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vic A. Merjanian, Founder and CEO of Titan Health & Security Technologies, Inc., today announced the national launch of Titan HST its patented Next Gen 911 two way emergency communications platform for law enforcement, campus administrators and users to instantly communicate campus emergency alerts, broadcasts and lockdowns, survey users for their safety status and location and provide site-specific emergency materials.
Welcome to EM Weekly, I am Todd DeVoe, and today we have a special guest here, with an awesome communications tool, and just for full disclosure, I saw Vic from Titan HST give a presentation, and I fell in love with the product, and I’m actually going to implement this product at the university