WHAT WE OFFER
We empower people to identify and communicate potential threats quickly.
Enhance safety by creating a new two-way channel of communication between people and authorities.
With TapShield, safety officials can better identify threats, prevent crimes and save lives – improving safety to individuals and the community. Our primary focus is on prevention and deterrence, and secondarily on fast response.
What is TapShield?
See the Technology
Leveraging Information Sharing to Prevent Incidents
Explore emerging trends in mobile technology that encourage information sharing between students and safety officials to facilitate frequent, easy and risk-free communication that can prevent incidents and deter would-be wrongdoers.
Mobile Apps and Their Role in Campus Sexual Assault Resiliency
A study on how colleges can embrace mobile technology to increase Title IX preparedness, lower organizational risk and improve Clery Act compliance. See how Millennials prefer to share information with safety officials to prevent and deter sexual assault.
Smartphone Adoption in the U.S. and its Impact on Personal Security
There will be more mobile subscriptions than people in the world by the end of 2014, according to a UN agency report. This white paper explores the proliferation of smartphones and how this can impact personal and organizational safety.
How Smartphones are Changing Corporate Travel Safety
A study that examines the ways in which mobile and cloud-based technology solutions can augment and improve upon existing corporate security functions such as: executive protection, corporate global travel safety, expatriate programs and more.
- @lawscomm great meeting you, Lauri! Let's connect soon we'd love to show you the app and learn about Phoenix cc: @jordancjohnson
- We're back at #IACP2014 Stop by booth #1013 to see how TapShield makes it easy, risk-free to share info about threats http://t.co/eCQekTyL3Z
- Multiple injuries reported after gunshots heard at Marysville, WA high school http://t.co/bVNRo5B86h
- Harvard research shows Rate of Mass Shootings Has Tripled Since 2011 via @MotherJones http://t.co/JCGTyZdVEh