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Community Safety Database Software

Digital Profiles for Vulnerable Community Members

Protecting the community is the first goal of any law enforcement agency. i3 Public Sector offers SafeEncounter, a Community Safety Database designed to provide relevant medical and personal information to police. Family members and officers can create accounts complete with photos, emergency contacts, and more to help police identify anyone who is lost, or properly de-escalate situations involving those with disabilities, cognitive impairments, or non-verbal communication styles.

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Helping Police Protect the Most Vulnerable

The SafeEncounter program is extremely versatile and configurable to each county’s needs. One of the most common uses is tracking disabled or non-verbal members of the community and providing relevant information that officers may need during emergencies. Other communities open the program to all children and elderly folks as well since they are often more at-risk of wandering off or being unable to clearly communicate in times of trouble. Each jurisdiction can set its own eligibility requirements based on past criminal activity in the area, population demographics, and scope of the program. Once created, profiles can be made accessible to other participating jurisdictions in case a registrant crosses county lines. 

SafeEncounter Features


SafeEncounter is a completely digital tool accessible only by authorized police departments and officers. Anyone who submits a profile has complete control over which jurisdictions can access their information, helping to build trust with the community. SafeEncounter can be used for those prone to wandering, anyone with small children, loved ones of Dementia/Alzheimer’s patients, and families of individuals with mental health conditions. The program is highly configurable per district and can be implemented as the department sees fit.  

  • Provide dispatch and officers with a map view for finding where a registrant lives
  • Allow officers and the public to create comprehensive profiles with images, written descriptions, emergency contact information, medical information, and more
  • Improve response time by providing digital access from both dispatch offices and patrol vehicles
  • Set eligibility requirements based on your district’s unique population, resources, and past activity

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