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Emergency posts part of campus safety

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Garth Gunderson, a security director for the department of security and safety said that if there were ever any danger on campus and the school needed to be put on lock down, that message would be relayed to the classrooms through the classroom projectors.

The university also has a software emergency mass-notification system called Everbridge which notifies students through text messages, phone calls on both cell phone and landline numbers and through email. If there were an emergency and the school wanted students to stay away from the campus, they would use Everbridge to notify students.

Gunderson said that most schools have two emergency systems in place, like the emergency poles and Everbridge, but BYU-I is in the process of implementing a fourth emergency system to better protect the university.

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