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10-19-06, 12:57 AM #1
I pose this question to anyone familiar with computer software. I am in the process of converting my schools hard crisis plans to electronic format. I need computer software that will let me compile classroom maps, aerial maps, photos, and documents into one file, to be accessed via a placemark, table of contents, etc.
For example: If I wanted to look at an actual photo of a particular spot on campus (a classroom), I would click on the area of a map to bring up a photo or document.
I'm quite proficient with computers, but I can't seem to compile this information the way I want.
Any suggestions from fellow computer geeks or SRO's on which software to use?If You Love Your Job, You Will Never Work A Day In Your Life...
10-19-06, 01:15 AM #2
Not sure if this will do what you want it to, but it's a free program designed in cooperation with the NIJ that includes student database, incident tracking, mapping, and quite a few other features. Check 'em out here:
It's primarily designed for the SRO/school safety and security environment.
Again, if you like it, it is a free download.
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