Child Safety Alert System

Making school transportation safer.

As the result of the tragic loss of life of a pupil left on board a school bus at the end of a shift, Senate bill 1072 (Medoza, Chapter 721, Statute of 2016) was enacted. Also known as the Paul Lee School Bus Safety Law, this measure adds new requirements for student transportation in public and charter schools, including that all school buses be equipped with a Child Safety Alert System. Located at the interior rear of the bus, this device must be manually contacted by drivers at the end of every shift to ensure all seats were checked before exiting the vehicle.

Treker can identify which bus has failed its safety check, where it’s located, in real-time.

We will continue to meet or exceed the mandates for school bus ridership safety at all times. 
  • Smart Door Detection

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  • Intelligent Ignition Sensor

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  • Horn and Flashing Light Alert

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  • Wireless Rear Button

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  • Connected Tablet

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Bill Author

No parent should fear that their child will not return
home safely at the end of the day.

Senator Tony Mendoza

Member of the California State Senate from the 32nd district, former teacher, father of four.