Palm Beach County is happy to announce the new Connect PBC app, empowering residents to be in immediate 2-way, GEO-targeted communication with the Government for a host of services, from their mobile device.
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Palm Beach County has a new arrow in its quiver to strike back against Covid-19.
The app uses Bluetooth to communicate with other mobile devices that also are using it, and can be downloaded from the App Store for iPhones or Google Play for Androids.
New tools are coming on-line in Miami-Dade County to provide more ways to help stop the surge of coronavirus cases.
The Combat COVID app is now available in the Google Play store and will soon be available in the Apple store. Approximately 400,000 of the Combat COVID masks purchased by the county have been mailed out to area residents.
A company has developed a new tool that could tell if you’ve encountered someone who’s been exposed to COVID-19. Developed by Shield Group Technologies, a Palm Beach County company, CombatCOVID app is aimed at helping fight the spread of the disease. All you need is a smartphone.
The Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the Lafayette Parish School System, is proud to announce the launch of a new app geared at further increasing the safety and security of students, teachers and faculty members throughout Lafayette Parish.
Under a new Florida law, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act, it is now a second-degree felony to post shooting or terrorism threats on social media platforms – even if the threat is posted as a joke. Violators could face a sentence of up to 15 years in prison.
“We are all school safety.” This is something I’ve said quite a bit in my first month as Chief of Police for the School District Police Department, and it’s something that I truly believe. We all play a role in the safety and security of our students and our schools.
Safety has always been a priority for everyone at the School District of Palm Beach County. We take very seriously the responsibility that rests with us when our students – your children – are in our schools. But for parents, what happens on campus should be only part of the conversation when it comes to school safety.