Panic Icons for Employee Computers

Panic Icons for Employee Computers

In a proactive effort to provide a safe and secure working environment, the campus security office can install panic icons on employee computer desktops.  The panic icons function like a traditional hard-wired button except that the icons are installed directly on the user’s desktop. 

By activating the icon:

  • the user instantaneously notifies the campus security office of an immediate need for a security presence. 
  • Once activated, an emergency alert message is broadcast over the officers’ portable radios and pop-up alerts are received on multiple computer screens in the security office. 

If you would like to have the icon installed on your computer desktop, please submit the form below.

Panic Icon Request Form
 
Type of Computer *

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