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Cooper Notification Signs on to Sponsor the Campus Safety Conference 2009

February 09, 2009  | 

Organizers of the Campus Safety Conference welcome Cooper Notification as a Bronze Sponsor to its event, which will take place at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront, St. Petersburg, Fla., April 26-28, 2009.

The Campus Safety Conference is a two day conference for hospital, school and university police agencies, public safety departments, superintendents, administrators and other campus stakeholders.

Cooper Notification, a solution platform of The Cooper Safety Division, offers the industry’s most comprehensive, multi-layered Mass Notification Systems (MNS). Providing critical emergency notification for college campuses across the nation, Cooper Notification is the source for notification solutions, including SAFEPATH and WAVES voice evacuation and mass notification systems, Roam Secure emergency text alerting services, and Wheelock fire and security notification appliances and devices. Integrated with one, simple-to-use interface, Cooper Notification’s reliable and effective MNS solutions allow you to send event-specific instructions to multiple communication channels, including voice-sirens, indoor and outdoor speakers, digital signage, text messaging/SMS alerting, automated dialing systems, desktop alerts, and email notifications. Cooper Notification’s MNS are designed to protect, alert, and inform your most critical asset, your people.

Attendees who register for the Campus Safety Conference before April 5 will save $125. More information on the Campus Safety Conference can be found here or by calling (800) 576-8788.

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