Protect Your Neighborhood - Invite Your Friends, Family and Neighbors

"AlertID is the single most important tool for public safety that I've seen in my lifetime.
In a post 9/11 world and with criminals becoming sophisticated, AlertID has already made us safe."
Richard Perkins, Former Chief of Police for Henderson, NV

Protect Your Neighborhood - Invite Your Friends, Family and Neighbors

"This is the single most important tool for law enforcement that I’ve seen in 30 years of public service."
Sheriff Mike Haley, Washoe County Nevada

Protect Your Neighborhood - Invite Your Friends, Family and Neighbors

"AlertID is a unique platform that is filling a void that exists between public safety and the community we serve. It has made a dramatic impact in helping to reduce crime and protect families by directly involving the community."
Chris Perry, Director for the Nevada Department of Public Safety

Protect Your Neighborhood - Invite Your Friends, Family and Neighbors

"This is a powerful tool to help residents become more aware of crime and other threats to our community, and to be more proactive in helping ensure the safety of children and families throughout the county."
Sheriff Gregory Ahern, Alameda County, California.

Protect Your Neighborhood - Invite Your Friends, Family and Neighbors

"AlertID can truly help keep our neighborhoods safer."
Chief of Police - David Moore, Blackfoot, Idaho

Protect Your Neighborhood - Invite Your Friends, Family and Neighbors

"AlertID is a powerful tool to help citizens throughout the Bay Area become more aware of crime and other threats to the safety of our community."
Chris Wenzel, Retired Chief of Police, Danville Police Department.

Helping People Live Safely. Bringing Neighbors Together.

Welcome to AlertID!

As the Founder, and mother of three, I'd like to share with you why we created AlertID.

In the summer of 2009 I was separated from my three children for almost an hour. This terrifying event prompted the creation of AlertID. Our initial goal was to help protect lost and missing children, but now we are doing so much more.

AlertID is proven to help reduce crime while improving safety and security for children, families and entire communities across the country.

Thank you for sharing AlertID with your family and friends.

What is AlertID?

AlertID is the fastest growing neighborhood focused social platform and is the safe way to receive trusted public safety alerts and share information with neighbors. Learn More →

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about crime, sex offenders, terrorism, natural disasters, severe weather and other safety concerns.

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and share information with your family, friends, neighbors, law enforcement and other people in your community.

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to family, friends, neighbors, public safety authorities and to the Department of Homeland Security.

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What's NEW

Accuweather and AlertID Join Forces

April 7, 2014: The New StoryTeller AlertID Crime App was launched this week at the National Association of Broadcasters show.

Powered by AlertID, the family neighborhood security platform, the StoryTeller AlertID Crime App allows newsrooms to access important data.

For the press release, click here.

Testimonials

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"AlertID is a unique platform that is filling a void that exists between public safety and the community we serve. It has made a dramatic impact in helping to reduce crime and protect families by directly involving the community in policing efforts"

~ Chris Perry,

Director Nevada Department of Public Safety.

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"Awesome. Anything that can help protect children i fully support. Thank you! I have told many persons about this site ALERTID and believe it very important info for all of us. Thanks again."

~ Sandra