SafeZone News

SafeZone Alliance Launched in Manchester, UK

The University of Manchester, the University of Salford and Manchester Metropolitan University, working with CriticalArc, have created the Manchester SafeZone Alliance.

A global first, the initiative enables the three security control rooms to extend the footprint of 24/7 support beyond their campus boundaries.

For SafeZone users, this means that regardless of the campus they visit, they can expect a response from the host university’s security team should they have any medical or security issues on site.


Video on how to sign up for the alliance

Student and staff wellbeing is always the top priority for our universities and we are pleased to put in place a pioneering cross-city initiative that furthers this shared aim.
Dr Sam Grogan, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at University of Salford on behalf of the universities with the Manchester Safezone Alliance group