Groundbreaking initiative to keep our kids safe in school; Under the supervision of the former Police Chief

lawson tls[COMMUNICATED] We live in an unpredictable world. Terror attacks, school shootings, robberies, hostage situations… the dangers are all too real.

Who’s keeping your kids safe when you’re not around?

Every day, thousands of our children spend the majority of their waking hours in school. Our schools generally provide security in the form of surveillance cameras and basic alarm systems.

But to your average “bad guy,” these measures are simply not enough to prevent a crime. Cameras can be used after the fact for possible identification; alarm systems may not be armed during the day.

A team of local frum visionaries has formed to address the very real threats against our schools. They’ve founded IronRock Security, a revolutionary firm established with a single goal: to effectively and efficiently secure the schools that house our precious children.

ironrockUnder the expert supervision of former chief of police Robert Lawson, a formidable team of highly trained retired police officers and military personnel is set to mobilize to provide truly professional security to our schools. IronRock Security goes way beyond the standard security measures to protect our children: real-time surveillance camera monitoring, panic buttons, staff training, skilled armed guards, marked cars, and professional tactics to prevent and defuse potential dangers.

Are your children in safe hands in our rapidly changing world?

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