HelpLink(911)
Get police eyes on emergencies happening now.

 

OUR PUBLIC SPACES NEED ADDED SECURITY

Spaces that are frequented by the public such as schools, churches, movie theaters and malls have become targets in recent years for violence and shootings. With those instances on the rise, security is more important than ever.

Local law enforcement serves as the first line of defense in community shootings, yet rely on basic 911 calls to provide intel on emergency situations.

Meanwhile, surveillance cameras have come to populate our walls and corners, yet the footage they provide only comes into play after the fact, to serve as evidence—and as a tragic reminder of the events that transpired.

 

GET EXPERT EYES ON YOUR EMERGENCY

HelpLink(911) allows local law enforcement to see real-time video feed of your situation from pre-registered cameras.

Rather than walking into a high-risk situation blind, law enforcement can immediately begin working to assess and defuse it.

 With HelpLink(911), that means from the minute you need help—not from the minute help arrives.

 Police departments, SWAT teams and fire departments can all spring into action—with a plan for how they will defuse the situation within your facility—quickly and effectively.

 

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS HIT THE PANIC BUTTON

Getting police eyes inside your space and on the subject is as easy as hitting a panic button.

By hitting the panic button, local law enforcement will immediately begin seeing a live video stream of the situation through your pre-registered cameras.

Don’t wait for violence to come knocking on your door. Actively prepare for the worst and be ready to assist law enforcement in the event of an emergency with HelpLink(911).

 

How it works:

1.       Register and connect your surveillance cameras with HelpLink(911).

2.       In the event of an emergency, hit the panic button.

3.       Police immediately see live video feed of the situation, and arrive equipped to defuse it faster and more effectively.

4.       Once the threat has been neutralized, the video feed expires and is no longer available for viewing.

 

HELPLINK(911) TERMS & CONDITIONS