Identify students who are at risk of suicide or possible harm to others through threats, violence, and bullying.¹
With over 90% of active planning alerts occurring in Search, it is critical to have a solution that can spot warning signs wherever the student is online. Unlike other solutions that only focus on G-Suite or Office 365, Beacon works across search engines, chat, social media, email, web apps, and more.
New! Beacon can now help identify searches for guns and bombs, violent acts, bullying, and cyberbullying.
Beacon’s robust and flexible alerting system can bring in the right school responders, help notify parents after hours, and even provide students directly with resources. Beacon can alert via email, text message, or phone (24/7 plan only).
Beacon alerts provide robust context around an event, helping you determine what caused an alert and how to take action. Alerts include screenshots, the phase of suicide and self-harm ideation, historical activity, and highlighted text.
Beacon now offers the option to have a dedicated team of safety specialists review and escalate active planning alerts 24 hours a day. These specialists operate within the U.S. and are specially trained to evaluate alerts.
Beacon was designed with the guidance of leading experts in mental health to ensure that it fits seamlessly into your school or district's suicide prevention policy.
Awarded to those products that are improving the way educators work and students learn, GoGuardian Beacon is a Winner of the 2020 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence in Online Safety.
Beacon quietly analyzes online activity in real time.
When at-risk behavior is detected, Beacon packages insights and creates an alert with specific details about the activity.
Beacon notifies staff and escalates alerts until action is taken.
Parents can be alerted after hours, and the student can be messaged directly with critical resources.
Beacon helps educators track activity relating to each alert, including what actions were taken and what needs to happen next.
Hear how Matt Dadona, Director of IT at Windsor Public Schools, helps keep his students safe with GoGuardian Beacon.