LiveSafe's Kristina Anderson to Discuss Empowering Students to Stay Safe

School of Law Moot Court Room

Kristina Anderson, chief evangelist for the LiveSafe app for student safety and an advocate for violence prevention efforts in schools nationwide, will speak at the University of Baltimore in the Moot Court Room in the John and Frances Angelos Law Center (home to the UB School of Law), 1401 N. Charles St.

Anderson is a survivor of the April 2007 mass shooting at Virginia Tech, where she was a student. Since then she has graduated, and has dedicated herself to the important issues of campus safety and emergency planning. As co-founder of LiveSafe, Anderson serves as a resource for violence prevention experts as she works with students and law enforcement across the country adopting the LiveSafe technology to lower barriers of communication and prevent crime.

Available to UB students, the LiveSafe app is designed to empower students, faculty and communities to stay safe by communicating with law enforcement in the event of virtually any situation where the user feels at risk or wishes to share information. The app is available to UB students, faculty and staff to download for free in the iTunes or Google Play Store.

Anderson's talk is free and open to the public.

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