Would you send your children to a school without fire alarms? The time has come to look at gunshot detection the same way.

Shooter Detection Systems is committed to protecting our nation’s children and helping schools build safe, healthy and peaceful learning environments with the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System. Guardian is a system of smart sensors that detect gunfire in buildings and report that a shot has occurred within one second and with ZERO false alerts. Protecting K-12 schools across the nation today, this plug-and-play system is designed to work independently or integrate with your school’s existing technologies to provide School Resource Officers, local law enforcement, staff and students with immediate, actionable information to help make the best decisions when seconds matter most.

FEATURED CUSTOMER

Kim Norcross, Superintendent of Schools, Phoenix Academy

“Ensuring the safety of our students and staff is our undisputed priority, and we recognized opportunities to build upon our existing processes with more capable and responsive technology.”

At a press conference in High Point, North Carolina, Phoenix Academy school officials, representatives of Shooter Detection Systems, and High Point Police Department announce the school’s installation of gunshot detection to directly alert students, staff and 9-1-1 to an active shooter in the school. Watch on WGHP Fox 8 North Carolina below.

K-12 CUSTOMERS

North Providence Public Schools
Phoenix Academy Charter School
Glen Lake Community Schools
Texas Independent School District
Wakefield Police & Northeast MetroTech Vocational School
Children’s Friend Head Start PreSchool
Hooksett School District
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GUARDIAN INDOOR ACTIVE SHOOTER DETECTION SYSTEM

Guardian is the industry’s leading indoor gunshot detection system of choice, performance-certified by U.S. and U.K. government agencies and trusted to protect our customers in facilities across the globe.

Accuracy

Acoustic and Infrared validation for ZERO false alerts when every second counts*

Processing

All gunshot data processed within the sensor – having no “human in the loop” reduces risk of errors and associated delays

Speed

Sub-one second alerting with shot detection location for immediate, informed response

Power

TWO Available Options: Wireless/Battery-Powered or Standard Power Over Ethernet (POE) sensors

Software

Floor plan map of facility with audible and visual shot location information. Instant SMS and e-mail notifications to select recipients

Design

Flush mounted in wallboard or ceiling tile, surface mount box for concrete/brick structures, color matching options

Simulation and Training

Simulate shots and initiate integrated actions in active shooter drills

Testing & Maintenance

Built-in self-test, regular heartbeat messages, instant maintenance alerts, and a patent pending handheld testing device

Performance Certifications

U.K. CPNI Certified; U.S. DHS SAFETY Act Certified; Successful Infosec and Penetration Testing by Fortune 10-500 Enterprises

IP Integrations

Certified, supported integrations with Video, Access Control, Mass Notification, Mobile Apps, Critical Event Management Systems

Contact & Relay Integrations

Panel alarms, Digital Radios, Emergency Lighting, Public Address, Digital Signage, etc.

American Made

Made in the U.S.A. with strict requirements for quality control

INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS

The Guardian System is integrated with the security systems you’ve already invested in, providing you with a plug-and-play, scalable system that meets your organization’s unique security needs. Common integrated solutions include automated live camera feed directly to the incident location, initiating lockdown or opening doors for safe egress, mass notifying building occupants, and triggering alarms, emergency lighting, public address and all-call radio systems. Integrated gunshot detection solutions tie together your key security systems into one common operating picture, automating the real-time situational awareness you need when lives are on the line.

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