National Crime Prevention Council and AlertID™ partner to make public safety information accessible

Today, the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) and AlertID, Inc. announced a comprehensive national partnership to help make public safety information universally accessible.
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Today, the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC) and AlertID, Inc. announced a comprehensive national partnership to help make public safety information universally accessible. Under the terms of the partnership, AlertID will make its free mobile app and online public safety services available to NCPC and other partner organizations across the country.

Through this project, NCPC will provide safety information to young adults in high school and college to help them learn about the threats they may face and encourage them to adopt crime prevention strategies to avoid those threats or better address any that do arise.

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