Panic Button

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A silent remote alarm used to alert security personnel located at a distance of the need for help in managing a violent patient
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CNBC reports that if the bill is passed, California will be the first to have a statewide law mandating hotels to have the panic button.
In light of the 24-year-old's death, another question surfaced: Would a panic button or emergency phone at any of the bank ATMs have saved her life?
Reports indicate that the Sofitel Hotel - where Dominique Strauss-Kahn allegedly assaulted a chambermaid - has also agreed to install panic buttons, and Ward told the paper he was working on legislation to make the alarms mandatory at all New York City hotels.
The panic buttons are part of the Safer Caerphilly County Borough Community Safety Partnership, a group whose aim is to reduce anti social behaviour and the fear of crime.
Should a panic button be pressed, the IPsession server uses the Cisco IP Communications network to identify each judge uniquely by name and location.
There have been cases, particularly in schools where there are severe discipline problems, where we have called for panic buttons so that help can be obtained by teachers,' he added.
The company says that so many motorists, especially women, are fearful for their safety when travelling that its dealers are offering to fit panic buttons within vehicles.
The company says that so many motorists, and especially women, fear for their safety when travelling, that its dealers are offering to fit panic buttons within vehicles.
TEACHERS want panic buttons installed in classrooms to protect them from violent pupils.
TEACHERS are calling for panic buttons to be installed in classrooms to protect them from violent pupils.
Instead, all 659 MPs will be offered panic buttons to alert police in emergency situations.