Newscast: Emergency Systems Test

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    Newscast: Emergency Systems Test

University police will be sending out an emergency test to the campus siren system, BRG scroll boards in classrooms, computers on the Texas State network, and to the student RAVE system.

According to Sergeant Robert Campbell, the whole purpose of the emergency warning test isn’t for the police department’s benefit. It’s for the benefit of the university community.

“That’s why we do this. It’s to make our communities flow and our community’s lives easier.”
– Sergeant Robert Campbell

UPD hopes these tests will help them find any faults in the system so they can make proper changes to keep people safe in case of an actual emergency.

Ila Mar, KTSW News.

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