King's College Emergency Notification

Effective Friday June 1st, 2018 King’s College will begin using 911Cellular as our new emergency notification provider. 

If you were registered with our previous emergency notification provider (Omnilert/e2Campus) as of May 1st , 2018 your cell phone number has been ported to our new provider (911cellular) and you do not have to take any action.  You will continue to receive emergency notifications in your King’s email and you will receive a text message on your cell phone.   

If you would like to make a change to your new account, you can access your account at https://portal.publicsafetycloud.net/community-alerts/kings-college using your King’s email as your email and your King’s 7-digit ID number (include leading zeroes if necessary) as your initial password.

If you were NOT a registered user of our previous emergency notification system (Omnilert/e2Campus) or you’d like to take advantage of some of the new features available on 911Cellular, you can download and install the mobile app ( 911Shield ) from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.  We will be providing you more details on the functions and advantages of the 911Shield mobile app later this summer.  In the meantime, we have developed a short video to help you get started with the mobile app.  The video can be found through our King’s College Learning Hub at: http://wp.kings.edu/learninghub/2018/05/31/introducing-911shield-our-new-emergency-notification-system/  

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If you were NOT a registered user of our previous emergency notification system AND you do not have an Android or Apple cell phone, please consider registering with our new system at https://portal.publicsafetycloud.net/community-alerts/kings-college

Should you have any questions regarding our new emergency notification system, please address your questions to help@kings.edu