AlertID Expands Critical Alert Service to the State of North Dakota; Sex Offender Alerts Now Available to All Residents

AlertID, a mobile and online service, announced today that it provides registered sex offender information and alerts at no cost to the public for the entire state of North Dakota, as well as 233 million other people across the US, or more than 74 percent of the total population, via online, email and mobile application.

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AlertID free national service is available through online and mobile applications.

AlertID free national service is available through online and mobile applications.

Providing universal access to sex offender information and alerts helps protect children.

Las Vegas, Nevada and Palo Alto, California (PRWEB) April 30, 2013

Keeping children safe is every parent’s greatest concern. AlertID, a free mobile and online service, announced today that it provides registered sex offender information and alerts for the entire state of North Dakota, as well as 233 million other people across the US or more than 74 percent of the total population via online, email and mobile app.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® reported in its Map of Registered Sex Offenders dated November 4, 2011 that there were more than 745,000 registered sex offenders in the United States. States are required by The Adam Walsh Protection and Safety Act of 2006 to provide public access to state sex offender information but are not required to notify residents if an offender’s information, such as his or her address, changes and this information is not easily accessible to the public.

With AlertID, members can view a local map showing where registered offenders are in their neighborhoods. If an offender moves into their neighborhood or near their child’s school, AlertID will automatically send an alert. Also included in each alert are important safety tips. If traveling to other areas in the state or around the country, members can access the same information with AlertID’s free mobile app.

“Providing universal access to sex offender information and alerts helps protect children,” said Ken Wiles, AlertID’s Chief Executive Officer. “This information helps families make informed decisions about the places that they take their children and should be considered whether they believe they know the area or not.”

Sex offender alerts are only to be used to protect families, and AlertID members determine whether they want to receive the alerts and for what geographic areas.

“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 for the Nevada Department of Public Safety.

To sign up for a free account, or for more information, go to http://www.AlertID.com.

About AlertID, Inc.

AlertID is the established leader in making the country's public safety information universally accessible, helping people protect their families and communities. Alerts are provided by trusted sources including public safety agencies, local law enforcement, schools, neighborhood groups, neighbors, family members and friends. This first-of-its-kind, fast-growing network is the leader in helping people protect their families and communities throughout the United States and is poised to evolve into the world’s go-to public safety and security resource.

Thanks to AlertID, seventy four percent of the United States population (more than 233 million residents) can receive Sex Offender Alerts from State Sex Offender Databases. In addition, the AlertID Secure Social Network provides everyone concerned about the safety of communicating on social networks a safe and easy way to share important information quickly. In many communities, AlertID has partnered with law enforcement agencies to deliver local crime data (CAD) to members. Recent partnerships and collaborations include the National Crime Prevention Council (McGruff the Crime Dog®), the U.S. Department of Justice, Alameda County (Calif.) Sheriff’s Office, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, The City and County of San Francisco, The Nevada Department of Public Safety, Amber Alert and various counter terrorism centers, among many others.


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