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Eye Need A Witness Security Admin Console Features

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    Management Console

    Administrative users and security offices will have access to a management console to help monitor, interact with, and tune the use of Eye Need A Witness for their network. (i.e: learning institutions)

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    System Controls

    Monitor and control certain aspects of the users’ use of the system for those members in the network. Network admin users cannot affect public users, or network users using the public alerts system.

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    Profile Management

    Monitor and manage users in the system - view profile and account data, add, edit, and delete users in the managed network where applicable

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    Get Alerts

    See when a user makes a witness call or agrees to be a witness. Administrative users can be alerted through the console, or optionally on their mobile devices.

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    Journal Access For Future Use

    Read-only access to the event journal for network users’ events, current and past, most useful in aiding law enforcement in event resolution and investigation.

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Control Your Campus Network

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    Set permissions or options for network users, including things like enabling/ disabling in-app 911 calling limits on the timer for auto-call

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    Set Limits

    Set limits on the number of people who are alerted in the network possibly geography limits in future releases

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    Alert Parents and Network

    Send alerts to the network - local and extended (ie, students’ parents) - to notify members about campus-wide or other broad-appeal concerns (example: “danger - violent altercation in Rodman Hall, 3rd floor”). Also send alerts to network subsets where defined (example: “Rodman Hall residents must evacuate due to gas leak”)

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    Query and View Metrics

    Query and view metrics on alerts - callers, respondents, locations, dates & times, how many respondents, how many times a particular person made a witness call, how many witnesses are repeat respondents, on-campus vs off-campus alerts by network members, etc.