The Security App For Neighborhood Watch and Home Owner Associations
The Neighborhood App™, LLC (TNA) is an innovative service created exclusively for Home Owners Associations (HOAs) and Neighborhood Watch programs. The unique system provides homeowners and neighborhood residents with real time access to local community-driven public safety information. No doorbell video cameras required!
Let’s face it… Facebook®, Twitter®, and NextDoor® are all great ways for friends and communities to interact. Until now, however, there has been no app that is 100% dedicated to neighborhood safety. That app is The Neighborhood App.
With TNA, users are given a platform to discuss actual safety and crime related occurrences via an easy-to-use mobile app. Unlike social media platforms, TNA is not filled with annoying ads, posts about lost cats, plumber recommendations, or politics.
How can The Neighborhood App revolutionize your community safety?
Community-Based Security Alerts
The Neighborhood App guides users through the process of reporting public safety information such as car wrecks, break-ins, and suspicious activities.
Users simply select the type of incident, severity level, and date/time. Photos and videos related to the incident can also be uploaded.
Instantly, neighbors and community residents are notified so that individual safety decisions can be made!
Neighborhood Watch and HOA News
Engage with Local Law Enforcement
Where available, TNA delivers public safety information directly from local law enforcement agencies. If your police department tweets it, TNA users will receive it.
With TNA, the community is updated directly by law enforcement officials, instead of the usual gossip mill.
From traffic wrecks to shelter-in-place and school shooting alerts, TNA delivers the news directly from Twitter into your hands!
About The Neighborhood App, LLC
The Neighborhood App, LLC is a product conceived of in the Vista Ridge High School INCubator Program in Cedar Park, Texas.INCubator is an innovative class in which students, paired with seasoned volunteer entrepreneurs and mentors, acquire foundational business concepts and apply them to new business ideas.
Here, students develop and iterate their own ideas to start REAL businesses in high school. The Neighborhood App, LLC was formed by seniors Michael Allen, Jacob Biggs, and Ridge Dutkin and is a shining example of the program's success.
Backed by a team of veteran business people and operated with local tech entrepreneur Douglas Wood of Case Closed Software, the company is revolutionizing neighborhood security communications as the country's first and only dedicated public safety app for HOAs and Neighborhood Watch Programs.