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Utilize Texas Grants for School Security

Ensure your school meets the new Texas School Safety Standards with Drift Net's comprehensive software and hardware solutions.

  • Tap into $275 million in allocated funds from the Texas SAFE Grant Cycle 2.
  • Get per-pupil funding, starting at $150,000 per school.
  • Upgrade security systems for weapons detection, threat monitoring, and other emergency response protocols.  
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Customizable Security Solutions for Schools

At Drift Net, we understand that every school is unique, with its own security challenges and priorities. That's why we offer customizable solutions that empower you to choose the features you need and build upon your existing security protocols - without any extra charges for additional features.

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Emergency Operations Planning

Risk & Vulnerability Assessments

Campus Mapping

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Threat & Weapons Detection

Occupancy & Visitor Management

Video Surveillance

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Mass Communication

First Responder Alerts

LED-Light Evacuation Routing

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Unlock up to $150,000 in Grant Funding for your Organization

Discover if your non-profit or house of worship is eligible with FREE grant help today!


Montana Nonprofit Security Grant Program

January 3, 2024 - March 29, 2024

The Nonprofit Security Grant Program provides funding support for physical security enhancements and other security activities to nonprofit organizations that are high risk of a terrorist attack - including Houses of Worship, Education Facilities, and other 501(c)(3) Organizations.

The NSGP plays an important role in the implementation of the National Preparedness System by supporting the development and sustainment of core capabilities. The NSGP objectives are to support efforts that: Build and sustain core capabilities, strengthen governance integration between private nonprofit entities and Federal, state, and local governments, and encourage a whole community approach to security and emergency management

Examples of eligible entities may include nonprofits such as:

  • Houses of Worship
  • Education Facilities
  • Medical Facilities
  • Other 501(c)(3) Organizations

Examples of non-eligible entities include:

  • For-Profit Entities
  • Public Schools
  • Government Entities

Examples of allowable expenditures:

  • Security Cameras & Alarms
  • Access Controls / Fences / Bollards / Barriers
  • Planning / Training & Exercises
  • Technology / Cybersecurity

Examples of unallowable expenditures:

  • Facial Recognition / License Plate Readers
  • Weapons / Weapons Training
  • General Operational Expenses, Salaries, etc.
  • Direct Hiring of Public Safety Personnel


Campus Safety System

  • 24/7 Threat & Weapons Detection powered by Edge AI to minimize response times and increase accuracy
  • Virtual Security Perimeters and Access Control
  • Occupancy Tracking and Alerts
  • Emergency LED Safety Routes
  • Instant Alert to Law Enforcement
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Safety Management Software

  • Visitor Check-In and Management
  • Mass Communication Alerts
  • Behavioral Health Assessments
  • Emergency Planning and Drills
  • Personnel & Student Database Management

Get Free Grant Help

Submit the form below and a Grant Expert will contact you shortly about your organization's eligibility