Snap a photo of the child prior to heading out on Halloween night and upload it, along with an accurate, up-to-date description, to AlertID's My Family Wallet™ (located on AlertID's free mobile app). If the child goes missing, members may access the information on their smartphones and send it instantly to law enforcement when every moment counts.
"Being aware of potential threats in their neighborhoods is crucial to helping families and communities protect themselves," said Keli Wilson, mom of three and founder, AlertID. "Our mission is to provide information and tools to help protect families and communities not just on Halloween, but every day." To sign up for a free account or for more information, go to www.AlertID.com.
Parents should be familiar with homes and occupants on their child's trick-or-treat route. Parents may register for FREE at AlertID.com, enter their address and instantly see an easy-to-read map showing sex offenders residing or working in the vicinity as well as view sex offenders wherever they are with the AlertID free mobile app. Members also receive alerts when new sex offender data becomes av...
Now parents are getting some help from a smartphone app. Mother Keli Wilson got the idea for her Alert ID app after getting separated from her children at an amusement park. The free app allows users to see sex offenders residing or working in the area, something that could come in handy when planning those trick-or-treating routes.
AlertID now makes up-to-date sex offender information and alerts available to more than 200 million people or about two-thirds of U.S. residents. Today, AlertID is announcing the availability of sex offender alerts to residents in Colorado. These critical alerts are delivered directly to members' computers and mobile devices, thanks to AlertID.
AlertID is a company aiming to keep families safe as well. It allows members to share important information with each other and law enforcement. They have free app for mobile devices. AlertID Founder, Keli Wilson says, "Your looking at a route considering taking your kids trick or treating. Take it with you and you will be able to see the sex offenders right on the map