Increase Confidence in your school’s safety

Upgrade your school’s security system to meet the requirements of Alyssa’s Law.

What is Alyssa's Law?

Alyssa’s Law is named after Alyssa Alhadeff, one of 17 students who lost their lives during a tragic school shooting in Parkland, Fla., in 2018.  After a thorough investigation, it was noted that “insufficient response time” was a critical factor in preventing lives lost.  Alyssa’s Law proactively works to counter gun violence by requiring elementary and secondary school buildings to implement preventative security measures. The law specifically requires warning lights and silent panic alarms that directly link to law enforcement to notify them of any emergency. 

Every Second Counts

Honeywell provides integrated school security solutions to meet the Alyssa’s Law requirement. School staff and first responders can quickly access critical information necessary during an emergency event. With gunshot event detection and active shooter countermeasure technology, the system automatically dials 911 with a recorded message for law enforcement to eliminate delays in response to a crisis. Other features include immediate lockdown capabilities; livestream floor plan of a school indicating location of the shooter to law enforcement; and instant updates to mass notification systems.


A silent panic alarm can integrate with existing security solutions to create an ecosystem that directly notifies law enforcement of emergency events.


Our systems provide an automatic response that allows security personnel, law enforcement, and school attendees to quickly access real-time data for informed decision making.


Deploy unlimited communications through emergency notification systems to key personnel and community members.

Exceed Alyssa’s Law Compliancy

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which states have passed Alyssa’s Law?

Alyssa’s Law has been passed in Florida and New Jersey. The bill is known as the Leilah Hernandez Act in Texas and has been signed into law.

If our state hasn’t passed Alyssa’s Law, why should we be concerned about it? 

Unfortunately, school gun violence is a continued concern across the country, making it critical to proactively assess schools’ security systems and remediate any potential gaps. Integrating safety solutions into schools’ emergency protocols can potentially help mitigate life-threatening emergency situations.