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Securing our homes together
We should all feel safe in our homes and neighborhoods. Unfortunately, we are becoming more isolated, we are becoming less aware of the concerns in our own communities, and we have become less knowledgeable about how to address safety and security issues.
We can turn this around. Connected communities can reduce crime levels and can increase the ability to report eyewitness accounts.
The WeAlert app lets you connect with your neighbors easily. Stay informed about your community and share safety and security concerns. It will empower you and your community to do something about crime in your neighborhood. You will have a powerful tool for preventing crime and catching those who could harm you and your loved ones.
With WeAlert we can take action together.
- The WeAlert app is the perfect addition to my neighbourhood news website and Facebook page, especially when it comes to urgent affairs. When you get a notification you immediately know it is important. In no time hundreds of people in my neighbourhood joined.
- After managing a WhatsApp group of 165 neighbours for two years, I finally made the decision to switch to WeAlert. I instantly fell in love with the app, they get it!
- It's fantastic. It's just great to have residents as allies to actually catch the bad guys.
Empower your community with technology
One simple button to alert your neighbors about suspicious people, burglaries, vandalism and missing persons. Share valuable information about security issues in your neighborhood. Secure your homes with the power of your peers and help each other out when there is danger. Know that your community cares.
Step-by-step guidance when making an alert. You will only send and receive structured alerts with the right information. The app will help you include information your neighbors can act upon.
Get notified by neighbors or share alerts when something happens in your vicinity. Together we can make our homes safer. We can prevent and solve crimes by staying informed, so that we can help each other when needed.
US and UK Launch
Manchester (US) and Norwich (UK) are the first cities to try out the app. The app has already proven its worth in the Netherlands and for the first time it is available in both the US and the UK. After piloting in Manchester and Norwich the app will be accessible nationwide. Not from Norwich or Manchester (US)? But anxious to try it out in your community?