Empowering Safety: Status Solutions’ Mission for Securing Communities

Status Solutions' Mission That Never Ends

The Vision Behind Status Solutions 

As a former teacher, I’ve spent years fostering environments where students could learn, grow, and thrive. But amidst the joys and challenges of education, there is always an underlying concern for safety. For Mike MacLeod, the founder of Status Solutions, it sparked a relentless pursuit of solutions to keep our communities secure.

At Status Solutions, it’s not just about what we do; it’s about why we do it. We know there is a way to help. To empower individuals. To save lives.

For over two decades, we have been at the forefront of situational awareness, outfitting millions of devices and responding to alarms, all with the singular goal of protecting lives and livelihoods in all industries.

Our Commitment to School Safety

But our mission doesn’t stop there. With a focus on the next generation, we are making strides to ensure that safety measures are accessible to every school in America. By providing our Situational Awareness and Response Assistant (SARA) without financial barriers, we are equipping schools with the tools they need to respond swiftly and discreetly in times of crisis. The pursuit of safety is not a destination but a journey—a journey that Status Solutions is committed to, fueled by our unwavering ‘why’. 

Today, I am honored to introduce a video that encapsulates the heart and soul of a company dedicated to ensuring safety in every room, every space, and every corner where people gather.

Introducing Our Video:

Filmed and produced by ROY Agency 

About the Author

Laura Hartman is a former middle and high school English teacher. Currently, she is the Director of Community Engagement for Status Solutions and Status Solutions Network in Westerville, Ohio,  where she calls upon her years of experience in the classroom to aid the company’s mission of protecting the vulnerable and preventing violence in schools.

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