Connecting residents with public safety agencies through the Neighbors App to create safer, more informed communities.
Only available in the US.
Get real-time crime and safety information about your neighborhood from an official source.
Engage with local public safety agencies about important incidents in your area.
Share relevant information to support safer communities.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department created a post on Neighbors asking the community for help identifying and locating a missing person. A resident saw the post on Neighbors and recognized seeing the person nearby. This information was used to safely reunite the missing person with his family.
The Woolsey Fire devastated numerous communities in California. But as residents fled the flames, the Neighbors App kept them informed and connected with real-time updates from their communities. One neighbor was so grateful they posted in an effort to personally thank the firefighter for saving their home.
Nighttime footage from several Ring cameras was used to help the Duluth Police Department in identifying and arresting a car burglary suspect.
We believe when residents and public safety agencies work together, safer neighborhoods become a reality. Learn how Neighbors users are helping create stronger neighborhoods around the country.
It brings the community together to help one another with emergency problems, and just everyday problems. The more eyes open, the better.
I think of Neighbors as a table; all of the neighbors in the Neighborhood are sitting around a table; we have pulled up a chair to that table.
We try to push the information as quickly as we can, so residents are informed.
Very helpful and a great way to communicate and pass information to the citizens of your community.
The Neighbors App provides local public safety agencies with a tool to help them better engage with and inform the communities they serve. Neighbors is a meeting place for every community member, which includes fire departments, police departments and sheriff’s offices. When communities and public safety agencies work together, safer neighborhoods can become a reality.
Ring sends in-app announcements to users through Neighbors when local public safety agencies start using the app. Our Active Agency Map allows users to search either by zip code, address or visually by zooming into a region or city to see if their local public safety agency is using Neighbors. You may also see a press release, social media posts or other external announcements if the public safety agency chooses to post them.
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