Digital map of Anaheim High School would give law enforcement a quick guide to the campus in case of an active shooter or emergency

By Louis Casiano

In the midst of the debate over access to firearms following a mass shooting at a Florida high school, Anaheim High School is the first school in the nation, officials said, to be mapped digitally to help first responders cut response times in an emergency and, hopefully, save lives.

In the event of an active shooter or barricaded suspect on school grounds, law enforcement can access the software for a panoramic virtual tour of every corner of the campus, said David Sobel, founder of The Sobel Group, the San Diego-based firm that developed the system.

Officers are now working with site plans [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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