Don't Just tell the Dispatcher About Your Emergency Show Them
It All Starts With The 9-1-1 Call

Our youth from elementary schools, whether public or private, to colleges/universities, need a unified system of safety. One that puts parents on the same level as student and teachers during an emergency situation, in or out of school.

One of the huge gaps with our school’s safety protocols, is that they are so different from one district to another. We also have to think; does every school even have safety procedures in place to follow? Right now if something happens at school, hiding in a bathroom and making a call to 9-1-1, needing to explain everything to a dispatcher just isn’t enough. Particularly if you are in an unfamiliar area.

Everyone, especially our youth, has a cell phone with them at most times; how convenient would it be to have an eye-to-eye conversation, via video, with that emergency dispatcher?  Justifeyed has the potential to provide more power, and an eye into an emergency call. Let 2020 be the year that we as Americans have perfect vision when making an emergency phone call.

Teachers Fact

In America's public schools there are 3.2 million full-time-equivalent teachers, according to federal projections for the fall of 2018


The national average starting teacher salary is $38,617, while the average experienced teacher salary in America is $58,950

Student Fact


4.5 Million of trafficked persons are sexually exploited. Up to 300,000 Americans under 18 are lured into the commercial sex trade every year.
600,000 to 800,000 women, children and men bought and sold across international borders every year and exploited for forced labor or commercial sex (U.S. Government)



During a single year, an estimated 2.1 million youth under the age of 18 are arrested in the United States.1
Though overall rates have been declining over the past years, approximately 1.7 million delinquency cases are dropped in juvenile courts annually


A striking detail stands out in nearly three decades of American mass school shootings: The killers mostly use guns owned by a family member, not purchased on their own.
A total of 51 rifles have been used in 43 mass shootings between 1982 and February 2019.
Handguns are the most commonly used weapon type in mass shootings

If you saw a problem in the 20th Century, let’s solve it in the 21st Century


Raianna's School Safety App Act of 2020

I have high hopes that petitioning for a bill to create a law, can bring the changes our students need to create a unified system of safety. A bill that will benefits students, parents and school systems in all 50 states. We need to review how each school district informs parents in the event of an emergency, and how effective it is.

Once Justifeyed is implemented into our school systems, we can then allocate funds to these schools. These funds can be used to better compensate teachers and staff, and also better the programs for our students.


Our educators give back so much, including putting their own lives on the line in some instances. So why not give back to show how thankful we are as students? To show that their lives matter too.  Justifeyed wants to work with, students, parents, teachers and their family members, to ensure that schools are safe and supportive places for our children to learn.

Please view the petition by clicking on "see it', once you have viewed it, sign it by clicking on "sign it". This will allow us to petition to introduce a bill into office, so Justifeyed can offer a unified safety of system to our schools, colleges, and universities.


A- Partnering with a school district will allow students in primary and secondary grade levels to utilize a uniform safety app in every school. Once we partner with one school system, it can be used the same way at any school the child goes to. 

B- We are looking to partner with a college or university to utilize the resources to teach the Justifeyed system and retrain dispatchers. They will also be able to help with continuing to create the app and keep it running. 

Justifeyed is looking for you, as educators, staff, or school board members, to find what will benefit you or your school and tell us why. Tell us how having a unified system of safety that can help to potentially create an impenetrable barrier against violence, the same way in each of our schools.

Too often money is spent on a different apps for every school district, and these funds go to outdated or foreign companies. These companies tend to outsource the development and deployment of these apps. We need to work together here,  in our own country, to develop a unified safety app to enhance our current 9-1-1 system ,and potentially give our schools a higher level of safety.

No single bill is going to keep violent actions out of our schools, which we have learned from the many tragedies that have occurred throughout the years. However, if this one bill has the potential to save one student, one teacher, or an entire community, we owe it to ourselves, our children, and our communities to try. 

If you are part of one of the groups below, please click on the forum and let us know how we are doing. Give us your thoughts and opinions. Your feedback can help get us to Washington D. C. faster. 


5 Year Plan- Our Goals 

1- Government officials need to see the cost structure and revenue stream of Justifeyed to gain their support. They will see the how much the app will bring back into the communities, including greater safety.


2-  Justifeyed LLC strives to retrain and educate emergency staff and personnel on the new system of Justifeyed. Once they are aware of and understand how the app works, then they can effectively and efficiently perform their job.

3-  Once Justifeyed is implemented into our school systems at the elementary, middle, and high school levels, we can then begin to put money back into those schools to better compensate the teachers and staff.  

4- The ultimate goal of Justifeyed is to drop crime rates, prevent police and civilian death through violence, and improve the response time of our emergency personnel getting to an emergency.


Silver Lake College of the Holy Family

  • TUITION & FEES$27,360 (2017-18)

  • ROOM AND BOARD$7,200 (2017-18)



UW- Manitowoc



  • ROOM AND BOARD No room and board


UW-Green Bay     

  • IN-STATE TUITION & FEES $7,878 (2018-19)

  • OUT-OF-STATE TUITION & FEES $15,728 (2018-19)

  • ROOM AND BOARD $7,306 (2018-19)


Lawrence University  

  • TUITION & FEES$47,475 (2018-19)

  • ROOM AND BOARD$10,341 (2018-19)



Lakeland University

  • TUITION & FEES $27,760 (2017-18)

  • ROOM AND BOARD $8,600 (2017-18


Concordia University Green Bay Center

  • TUITION & FEES  $29,450 (2017-18)

  • ROOM AND BOARD  $10,530 (2017-18)


Fox Valley Technical College

  • TUITION & FEES $5,500 (2018-19)

  • ROOM AND BOARD  $5,500 (2018-19)


UW-Fox Valley  



  • ROOM AND BOARD  $8,710



St. Norbert College

  • TUITION & FEES $38,129 (2018-19)

  • ROOM AND BOARD $9,954 (2018-19)




UW- Oshkosh    

  • IN-STATE TUITION & FEES $7,600 (2017-18)

  • OUT-OF-STATE TUITION & FEES $15,174 (2017-18)

  • ROOM AND BOARD $7,792 (2017-18)


Raianna Evans 


As a now 15 year old heading into my sophomore year of high school, I have had lots of experience within my business by now. I started working on Justifeyed with my Father around the age of 12 and have still continued to work on it still to this day. When I first started marketing and advertising our business I had talked about how within my middle school I had not seen one universal app that I could use both on and off school campus. Now that I am pretty close to finishing my first year of high school I have still yet to see any safety app or system come out that is able to help any student, from any school, in any place. Justifeyed has been screaming this message for the past three years and yet no one has given us the chance to show the true potential that our system could have. As far as I remember school drills were something we did every once and awhile it was the basic intruder drills, and fire and tornado drills. Now in today's society I am having to learn not only the basic intruder drills but am now having to remember something called A.L.I.C.E(Alert, Lock down, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) these are all steps that us as students must take if a school shooter enters our school. Now take a second to think, would you be able to perform all of these tasks efficiently when you are aware of shooter being near your classroom? Well today kids all the way down to elementary schools are expected to know exactly what to do in case of a school shooter. It is time for change and Justifeyed can make that change, are you going to step up and speak up or sit down and be silent? The future of our youth is at stake. 


  • Volunteered at B.A.B.E.S Child Abuse Prevention Center 

  • Participated in 2017&2018 KinnektorCon 

  • Was in the front page of the Post Crescent for 1 Million Cups 

  • Participated in 1 Million Cups 

  • Have went through Fox Valley Technical College E-Seed Express class