Rave Guardian App bringing added safety, protection to more than 13,500 students, faculty and staff at Georgia Regents’ main campus and medical centers.

rave-safetyRave Mobile Safety (Rave) announced Georgia Regents University (GRU), located in Augusta, Ga., has deployed the Rave Guardian Campus Safety App to better protect its more than 13,500 students, faculty, and staff.

Rave’s Guardian App now protects students at more than 100 higher education institutions across the United States.

“At Georgia Regents University, we are committed to providing our students, faculty and staff with the tools they need to make our campus as safe as possible,” said William McBride, chief of police at Georgia Regents University. “With Rave’s Guardian App, we are giving our entire campus a very intuitive, powerful tool to increase their safety. It’s reputation as the industry standard made partnering with Rave a very easy decision for our community.”

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