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The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen PANIC BUTTON: Hot Springs World Class High School Assistant Principal Ben Iverson displayed the Rave Panic Button mobile application, created by Rave Mobile Security, Wednesday for legislative guests during a live demonstration. Members of the Arkansas Legislative Black Caucus visited the school as school and law enforcement personnel demonstrated how the app is used.

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen PANIC BUTTON: Hot Springs World Class High School Assistant Principal Ben Iverson displayed the Rave Panic Button mobile application, created by Rave Mobile Security, Wednesday for legislative guests during a live demonstration. Members of the Arkansas Legislative Black Caucus visited the school as school and law enforcement personnel demonstrated how the app is used.

Legislators make plea for Panic Button app funding

By Jay Bell
This article was published October 5, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Legislators visited Hot Springs World Class High School on Wednesday to observe a live demonstration of the Rave Panic Button mobile application as they seek to secure funding to continue its use throughout the state.

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