This week there's been a lot of publicity about spates of burglaries across the country. It seems that as well as the local burglars there are now groups touring around. The high profile burglary of a millionaire's home in Chiselhurst while his family were in was very stressful to see and a further disturbing insight was that in November 2017 there had been a burglary everyday in Chislehurst and there had been 20 more in January 2018. If the police had caught these burglars the first time they entered a house with someone in, or the first time a neighbour saw something suspicious, this latest incident might not have happened. Please keep spreading the StreetSafe Rescue message and keep your street safe.
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We are now in the test phase for the new "Lost Child" module. This module in the app will allow a user to upload a picture and profile for their children or other vulnerable dependants. If your child goes missing, for instance in a theme park or shopping centre, one swipe will send the child's picture to everyone in the area with the StretSafe App alerting them to the fact that the child is missing. The instruction is to stand still with the child if you find them and press the button to indicate you have the child. The app will bring you to your child. When you have your child, you can then cancel the alarm, thanking everyone for their help. This app is designed so that no-one is walking around with a missing child and people will feel justified to question if something looks wrong.
I look forward to sharing the release date shortly.
Today I've been with my friend Andy Lewis, who has been taking photos for the StreetSafe Rescue press release, coming soon. Andy is a wedding photographer - have a look at his website: www.andylewisphotography.com to see some beautiful pictures. Andy's going to be helping us with some video work in a few days, so that we can demonstrate how the StreetSafe Rescue system works.