New Safety Measures At Purdue

This is a story about new safety measures that are being put into place at the Purdue campus following the wave of panic that swept across the campus in January when student Cody Cousins murdered classmate Andrew Boldt.

According to the story, by the time classes began in August, Purdue safety administrators had acted on many of the recommendations outlined in an April 28 report submitted by an ad hoc panel of faculty and staff which reviewed the university’s emergency response systems.

The biggest change was a “system that sends one warning message simultaneously through text, Twitter, Facebook, pop-ups on 3,000 classroom and lab desktop computers, the Boiler TV network in residence halls, the campus safety web page and emergency beacons installed in 27 large classrooms.”
In test done before school started the system works surprisingly well according to one official. The notifications give people a chance to think how they would react in different situations.

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