SISD first in the nation to implement COPsync 911 — See videos below

May 14, 2013

A press conference was held on Tuesday morning at City Hall to announce a new school security system to be implemented within Sweetwater ISD (Independent School District).
A program already in use by local law enforcement known as COPsync, Inc. has offered the local school district the opportunity to implement the COPsync 911 system. Thus, Sweetwater ISD will become the first district in the nation to test and implement the security system.
Ron Wessner, the CEO of COPsync, Inc., stated the the system is a type of electronic body armor for law enforcement. Real-time information and communication can be shared through the software installed on computers and other electronic tools.

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