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Plymouth Police Using the Vitals™ App

Ann Gallager | Monday, December 10, 2018 See original article and video here: CCX Media   A new app, Vitals, is a tool that’s helping Plymouth’s Police Department respond to calls by providing critical information regarding a person’s health condition or emergency contacts.

Vitals™ in Minnesota’s Top 19 Startups to watch in 2019

Maddy Kennedy – December 11, 2018 See original article here: Minneinno Startups to Watch  Over the last 12 months, Minnesota’s tech and startup scene saw a number of exciting headlines, including major leadership shakeups and record-breaking venture capital rounds. It was an interesting year for the local startup ecosystem. Now it’s time to look ahead …

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Kandiyohi and Willmar law enforcement and civic leaders join forces to bring innovative tech service to the area

The Willmar Ambulance Service to be the first emergency medical services agency in MN to use the Vitals™ App Nov. 14, 2018 – Willmar, MN – Law enforcement and emergency medical technicians in Kandiyohi County and Willmar will begin using the Vitals™ App next month as a way to improve interactions between first responders and …

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We’ve Been Busy!

This week, we are celebrating a successful November as we have had some amazing opportunities with outreach so far this month. We are excited to continue our reach over the course of the holiday season! The Vitals™ team has been busy attending conferences, resource fairs, expos and speaking engagements spreading the word about the Vitals™ …

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The Vitals app creates transparency between first responders and vulnerable community members

Austin Gerth, One Million Cups Tech  Original article from: Emerging Prairie   A new app is making communication between first responders and people with special needs or visible or invisible conditions that might affect their behavior easier and clearer. For example, a diabetic whose blood sugar is low might seem drunk to a police officer. …

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Farmington PD becomes the 11th Dakota County law enforcement agency to use the Vitals™ App to improve interactions between police and community

Contact: Stan Alleyne stan@thevitalsapp.com 612-704-6621   Farmington PD becomes the 11th Dakota County law enforcement agency to use the Vitals™ App to improve interactions between police and community   Oct. 22, 2018 – Farmington, MN – Farmington police officers will begin using Vitals™ next month as a way to improve interactions between police officers and …

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Deephaven Police Department to begin using Vitals™ app

See original article on the Sun Sailor   This month, Deephaven police officers will begin using the Vitals app. The app helps improve interactions between patrol officers and people living with invisible and visible conditions and disabilities. The app was developed as a way to enhance policing, give families of vulnerable individuals more peace of …

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Deephaven becomes the latest Hennepin County police department to use the Vitals™ app

Contact: Chief Cory Johnson coryj@deephavenpolice.com 952-474-7555 Stan Alleyne stan@thevitalsapp.com 612-704-6621 Oct. 1, 2018 – Deephaven, MN – Deephaven police officers will begin using Vitals™ this month as a way to improve interactions between patrol officers and people living with invisible and visible conditions and disabilities. The Vitals™ app is a new technology designed to create …

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