Thousands of new neighborhoods are signing up each month, because people want to know what is going on around their homes, schools, offices and neighborhoods.
Las Vegas, Nevada; San Francisco, California (PRWEB) July 17, 2014
AlertID, your family and neighborhood safety network, continues its dramatic growth and now has:
- Members in more than 104,000 neighborhoods across the country, up from 72,000 six months ago,
- Sent more than 140 million safety alerts through its secure and private platform,
- More than 500,000 safety alerts sent every day, and
- More than 400 million safety records that help protect families.
“Family members across the country continue to sign up for AlertID’s free service that helps them be a part of building safer neighborhoods. Our members receive important safety alerts and share information to help keep one another safe and build stronger community ties,” said Ken Wiles, AlertID CEO. “Thousands of new neighborhoods are signing up each month, because people want to know what is going on around their homes, schools, offices and neighborhoods, and no one else has been able to make it this easy to receive and share trusted information that affects everyone’s safety. We are grateful for the positive impact that the members of AlertID have on their neighborhoods.”
AlertID is a free service with members across the US and more than 30 countries, including Canada and Mexico. To sign up for a free AlertID account, or for more information, please go to http://www.AlertID.com.
About AlertID, Inc.
AlertID is your family neighborhood safety network. AlertID has more than one million members in 85% of US zip codes and more than 30 countries. AlertID offers sex offender alerts that cover more than 90% of the US population and crime alerts for hundreds of cities in the US. AlertID has proven to help reduce crime, using secure and proven technology to create two-way communication between citizens and federal, state, and local authorities to provide immediate information on crime, terrorism, natural disasters, or severe weather that can threaten the safety of families and communities. For more information, visit http://www.AlertID.com.