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Folsom Police Department the First to Bring Vitals™ to the West Coast, Serving as a Leader in Community Outreach and Technological Innovation

Vitals™ platform personalizes community policing mission as Officers “arm” themselves with information, ensuring police serve vulnerable populations with compassion January 9, 2019 – A few years ago, the Folsom (CA) Police Department created HELP files, realizing information gathered about residents with cognitive disabilities will be helpful in future police interactions. When the lead dispatcher learned …

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Pittsfield Police Department Deploys New Safety App

See original article from The Berkshire Eagle PITTSFIELD — The Pittsfield Police Department plans to deploy an app that will help first responders adjust their response to the vulnerabilities of residents, officials announced Tuesday. The app is called Vitals, and it allows those close to people with unique needs — officials cited people with autism, …

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Continued Police-Sheriff Partnership Focuses on Individual and Compassionate Service for Vulnerable Adults and Children in South Central Minnesota

Brown County and the City of New Ulm have launched Vitals™ to better serve a growing senior population and people with visible and invisible disabilities October 30, 2019 – In both Brown County and New Ulm, Minnesota, law enforcement officers pride themselves on their knowledge of the communities they serve. Recognizing an increasing senior population …

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Richfield Ensures First Responders in the City Will Be Equipped with Vitals™ Technology

Police officers and firefighters will have valuable information available to them when responding to calls involving people with disabilities. September 30, 2019 – In a City focused on providing the best, and most inclusive, possible service, Richfield is outfitting its first responders with the Vitals™ App beginning October 1st. For the Fire Department, the individualized …

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Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Invest in Student Safety by Offering Vitals™ Technology to Staff Members and School Resource Officers

 First-of-its-kind program will equip every staff member at Phoenix Academy High with information on how to help students in need   September 17, 2019 – Chapel Hill, NC – Following a long history of building relationships with parents and students, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) will equip more than 50 staff members with the Vitals ™ …

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St. Louis Park Police Continue to Focus on Community Policing and Supporting All Residents by Adding Vitals™ Technology

Every single officer to be equipped with powerful information to serve the community’s most vulnerable residents September 17, 2019 – When the City of St. Louis Park set its four strategic initiatives for 2019, leaders promised residents, and their family members, they would focus on mental health and the community’s most vulnerable. By adding the …

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Scott County Sheriff Deputies to Begin Using Vitals™ App

The Scott County Sheriff’s Office just recently implemented the Vitals™ App, a phone application that provides deputies with helpful information about vulnerable individuals they may encounter to create safer, more informed interactions. Individuals living with invisible and/or visible conditions, such as varying developmental, physical, behavioral and intellectual abilities or mental health issues, who may not …

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Local advocacy and support nonprofit to help introduce the Vitals™ App to Western North Carolina

FIRST will partner with Vitals™ Aware Services to build awareness about new life-saving technology expanding to North Carolina July 16, 2019 – Asheville, NC – One of the most active advocacy and support organizations in Western North Carolina is partnering with a Twin-Cities-based tech company to introduce families, first responders and schools to the Vitals™ …

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