DENVER -- Students at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver have long had the blue emergency call buttons that mark most college campuses, but that doesn't mean students feel safer.
"I'll end up staying until 8:30-9:00 so it's pitch black. It's actually pretty scary," said Kelsa Burns, a freshman at RMCAD.
That’s why Burns is happy to hear her college is providing an app called LifeLine Response to students free of charge.
"I'm sure a lot of students will use it if they really feel unsafe,” Burns said. “I'll probably use it."
Fox31 Denver’s Kent Erdahl shows how the app works and explains why you don’t have to be a student to get it on your phone in his video report above.
Click here for more information on the LifeLine Response app.AlertMe