SaferWatch Mobile Security System Provides Enhanced Safety Measures for Clay County Residents

SaferWatch, a web and mobile security system

SaferWatch, a web and mobile security system

Clay County Law Enforcement Partners with SaferWatch

SaferWatch bridges the real-time communication gap by connecting law enforcement to schools, businesses, public places and communities through secure networks.

SaferWatch allows users to report a crime or suspicious activity as they see it or submit a tip later. »

— Michelle Cook, Clay County Sheriff

CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA, USA, May 11, 2022 / — Clay County law enforcement authorities have begun implementing the SaferWatch crime reporting tool within communities in Jacksonville. Law enforcement has openly welcomed this resource as a way for residents, educational institutions, hospitals, and other municipalities to report suspicious activity or direct threats to help others stay safe.

SaferWatch provides enhanced security for a variety of organizations and events such as:
● Schools
● Universities/Colleges
● Hospitals
● Hotels
● Public places
● Museums
● Gigs
● Conferences
● More

Participating law enforcement agencies, residents, students, employees and attendees now have a way to communicate directly with police in real time. People can report suspicious activity, threats, blocks, attacks, and more directly within the app, which will trigger a law enforcement response. “SaferWatch allows users to report a crime or suspicious activity as they see it or submit a tip later.” – Michelle Cook, Clay County Sheriff.

The SaferWatch app is available for download from Google Play Store and Apple Store. To learn more about SaferWatch, view FAQs, how-to guides, and more, visit their website.

Learn more about SaferWatch

SaferWatch is a web and mobile security system that was designed to provide enhanced security and more control over how suspicious activity, threats, active shooters and other dangerous situations are reported to law enforcement. . Along with quick and effective reporting, the app also sends mass warning notification to its users once the threat is confirmed.

SaferWatch uses a three-step process:
1. A user reports an incident which automatically sends the user’s physical location, profile, medical information and emergency contacts.
2. Administrators and law enforcement receive information
3. Once the report is verified and law enforcement is on the way, a mass notification is sent to let everyone know, including essential safety instructions

The app allows users to send text, photos, videos, and audio files in real time, creating a safer environment for everyone. To learn more about the company, visit the SaferWatch website.

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