Client Successes With Awareity Platform


“The Awareity platform is anonymous and discreet and has received quite a number of things reported through the system that have saved young people’s lives and in other instances helped young people who were struggling. The system has paid for itself multiple times over.”
– Awareity Higher Education Client

“When I say cost-effective if we can help one of these incidents to either be rectified or not happen, imagine. Those are pennies really.”
– Awareity K-12 Client

“I appreciate the intuitive nature of the case management system and the ability to assign team members based on the affiliation of the person of concern. I have also found it very helpful to be able to track who is accessing each case. During team meetings, I am able to pull up case files to review with the team and can enter notes during the meeting.”
– Awareity Higher Education Client

“The ‘basic goal’ has already been reached, where a tip led police to prevent a potential active shooter incident. Other tips have helped officers stop fights before they happen and intervene in drug deals. And the platform has cross-checking capability that links reports about the same individual, even if they take place weeks or months apart.”
– Awareity K-12 Client

“Some of the challenges we were facing as a district were knowing if we could go back and see that we tried to prevent things, but paper gets lost and things happen. With the Awareity platform we are able to track everything from the beginning to the end. It has been a great tool.”
– Awareity K-12 Client

“The ability to customize categories and action types has been very helpful as we are able to tailor to the specific needs of our teams.”
– Awareity Higher Education Client

“The Awareity platform is almost a barometer of the campus climate. The daily grind can be overwhelming. The Awareity platform doesn’t add too much as we aren’t replicating systems, but rather using the platform as a resource. It is an added layer, but it doesn’t add to the workload. What it ends up doing is revealing things we need to act on and then getting it in the hands of the person or people that can implement change around it.”
– Awareity Higher Education Client

Community / Law Enforcement / Organizations

“As people come up on the radar, one way or another—whether through the school or through anonymous notification—our threat assessment team then sits down and decides what course of action to take to try to mitigate any issues ahead of time, instead of waiting until something has happened.”
– Awareity Law Enforcement/Community Client

“The collaboration of the many people involved in this process has already proven that when information is obtained and acted upon – great things can happen.”
– Awareity K-12/Community Client

“We’ve really punished a lot of parents just for being poor. We’ve punished a lot of kids for having poor parents and being born into poverty. Instead of really trying to figure out why they’re not in school, what are the root causes for why are they getting in trouble all the time? We are using the Awareity platform to help with truancy and help at-risk students and parents too.”
– Awareity K-12/Community/Law Enforcement

“This is a new way of doing community-based policing and to get embedded in our communities. We help each other rather than penalizing each other.”
– Awareity Law Enforcement/Community Client


“We needed a way to keep track of critical information and ensure the right people were aware of and responding to reports. So many times, after an incident of workplace violence, companies claim they didn’t know about concerning behaviors or they weren’t capable of responding efficiently to a threat. Awareity’s platform is providing us with tools to ensure we are taking appropriate steps towards intervention and providing a safe workplace for our employees.”
– Awareity Corporate Client

Here Are the Questions You Must Ask Your Leadership and Legal Counsel

Have you ever had an incident and found out afterwards there were other people/sources who were aware of one or more Pre-Incident Indicators (warning signs, red flags, concerning behaviors, leakage on social media, police records, mental health records, etc.) but you and the right resources were NOT aware of the Pre-Incident Indicators, so intervention failed or were not taken?

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Have you ever had or read about a lawsuit and settlement that ended up costing MILLIONS of dollars because there were Pre-Incident Indicators that others were aware of, but the appropriate actions were not taken before the incident occurred?

Have you ever had an incident or tragedy or lawsuit and in the post-incident analysis found out there were silos, gaps, disconnects, barriers, and blind spots in your prevention processes?

Near misses are “Indicators” that you have silos, gaps, disconnects, and blind spots.  Don’t wait, contact Awareity today to learn more, equip, and empower your organization and community to prevent more incidents, tragedies, and lawsuits rather than respond to more.

You Have Two Options

Awareity is 10+ years ahead of the curve… and leaders of schools, higher ed, workplaces, and communities have two options… continue with current conventional tools, strategies, and processes that are leaving people, organizations, and communities vulnerable to incidents, tragedies, lawsuits, reputation damages, and huge “costs” with lives, futures, and bottom lines…

OR UPDATE outdated conventional tools, strategies, and processes to the First Preventers Framework and the First Preventers Platform of revolutionary, data-driven, and proven tools, strategies, and processes.

There is really only one option… UPDATE to the First Preventers Framework… contact Awareity now.