“I think [Smart911] is a really good program. It’s very important for people who are confused or caring for a spouse with Alzheimer’s. It’s another way police are using technology to make public safety more usable and more accessible.”

– Karen Hall, Director

“As the Director of the Highlands Center for Autism, it is vital for 9-1-1 dispatchers to have important information about the caller for a faster and more efficient response. I know this will be of great benefit to all of the families we serve as well as their family, friends and neighbors in the community.”

– Shelli Deskins, Director

“The Chicagoland Chapter of Autism Speaks strives to provide information and resources to families touched by autism, which is why we support services like Smart911. The opportunity to provide very detailed information for 9-1-1 and response teams can make all the difference between life and death in emergency situations involving individuals with autism. We support and encourage the efforts to make services of these types available to all families in Illinois.”

– Liz Klug, Executive Director

“I think [Smart911] will be wonderful for our citizens. I’m really proud Grove City is so proactive.”

– Bev Longmire, Coordinator

“We are strongly encouraging that families register their kids and their cell phones through [the Smart911] program. It will show first responders which classroom a teacher called from, on which floor and in which building.”

– Marguerite Rizzi, Superintendent

“Students at North Augusta Martial Arts are taught the importance of physical fitness, discipline, and being prepared to defend themselves if the need arises. We also encourage them to be prepared in case of an emergency, and Smart 911 is one of the tools we recommend that they use. With so many people relying solely on cell phones as their main home and work number, the service provided by Smart911 helps provide important details that would otherwise not be available to 9-1-1 responders. We encourage all of our students and their families to sign up for Smart911.”

– Frank Beall, Owner

“The goal of Bikers Against Domestic Violence is to bring awareness to Domestic Violence through education. We are proud to support Smart911’s national efforts to provide 9-1-1 call takers and first responders vital details about victims of domestic violence in the event of an emergency 9-1-1 call for help. The information contained in a Safety Profile can be of great benefit to 9-1-1 call takers because they can indicate a risk of domestic violence, verify who is calling with a pin code, see the history of domestic violence, and a description of the perpetrator in the Safety Profile well before responders arrive on scene. We encourage all citizens to protect themselves and create a free Safety Profile today.”

– Michelle Garcia, Founder

“The Frankfort Optimist Club strongly encourages the members of our community to visit Smart911.com and create their free profile. As a Friend of Youth, being prepared and educated about this program is crucial should an emergency occur. When first responders have information about an individual, they are able to provide better assistance when the time of need comes. This is a beneficial and lifesaving program that everyone should know about. It saves first responders time in assisting us in our time of need.”

– The Frankfort Optimist Club #03120

“We welcome the opportunity to help our community through the Smart911 program. Our patrons are important to us, and we value their safety. As much personal information as gets passed around, it is good to see that information being used for such an important purpose for once!”

– Bobbie Caswell, Assistant Director

“Individuals with brain injury desire to live independently and be self-sufficient. That is hard work, but with the Smart911 system accessible to us, we feel more secure in our attempts at self-sufficiency. The Brain Injury Support Group of Lake County Florida is a source of information, encouragement, and support for all affected by brain injury. Our members appreciate the confidence we can have in the Smart911 system to keep us safe.”

– Barbara A. Castlow, Support Group Leader
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