Rave Guardian is the best way to improve your personal safety by leveraging those you trust to be your own private safety network. Rave Guardian provides rapid and proactive communication with your organization. Guardian is completely configured by the organization(s) you are associated with to make connecting in times of crisis or just plain confusion simple and easy. Easy 2 field sign-up process for most people. Rave Guardian allows you to do the following(depending on what your participating organization allows): • Text with your organization in real time • Send in anonymous tips • Deliver a rich profile of information to safety officials • Share location information with safety official during an emergency call • Quick access to safety or important phone numbers • Robust resources selected by your organization for convenience • If you allow Guardian, you can receive important notification based on your location. If you allow Rave Guardian, you can received push notifications related to on-going events in your area. If you wish to customize Rave Guardian for your campus or workplace, contact us at email@example.com Notes: • Rave Guardian requires a connection to a mobile network data connection. • Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.
I love the safety timer feature! It makes me feel safe when I leave the office late at night and am walking alone to my car. I have also had my boyfriend be my “guardian” when taking the subway at night which also makes me feel more secure. I encourage all my friends to get this app, great for solo travel after dark.
Folks who use this frequently, like for late night outings, might not have this issue, but for those of us using this app to contact University law enforcement, in the moment of a crisis, either will not be able to enter or will forget the complex password you require. In an emergency, rapid contact is key. Even folks who remember their own will be fumbling through the key pad in a stressful time. The "phone call" app is faster. Put an emergency call button on the screen - pre-login. Let the dispatchers authenticate while having the other resources the app provides. Otherwise, in an emergency, I will opt to place a phone call.
I haven’t had to actively use this app yet, but I am happy it exists. However, my one complaint is that is uses so much battery. My battery has been dying super quick ever since I downloaded it, and according to my battery reports, it had the second highest percentage of battery usage at 13%, without me even opening the app. If possible, I’d appreciate an update that allows the app to use less battery life. After all, no matter how useful an app is, a dead phone is not a useful phone.
This is an app that pur campus security highly recommends, especially in the case of us being alone. One thing though, is that in all of their presentations, they talk about the feature of texting in anonymous messages or sending in pictures to aid in their searches. My app doesn’t have either of these functions and I’m not sure why. Any help on this will be appreciated.
I attend classes in a partnership program between two different colleges with two different campuses. The app will not allow the addition of more than one email address; therefore, no more than one campus can be available in the app. It can not be changed. So I have to choose with which campus I want to use the Guardian app. When contacting Rave, they said the app is working as intended. Universities need to stop contracting with this company until they offer equal safety to all students who attend. Extremely poor development foresight.
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