San Francisco, CA, October 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Nixle, LLC, a provider of public notification services between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve, today announced it will be showcasing its free product, Nixle Connect, at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference Booth no. 942 in Chicago October 23-25, 2011. The free Nixle Connect features unlimited text messaging and e-mail, geographic message targeting, customizable HTML e-mail templates, simple keyword registration, two-factor authentication for added security, and much more.
Nixle Connect allows governmental agencies to communicate with the public via SMS, e-mail, and/or Internet posts, at no cost. Citizen registration and use is also free of charge. Communications can range from emergency alerts to routine day-to-day information (traffic and missing persons reports, safety tips, crime information, community outreach programs, general civic affairs, etc.).
“We are excited to be showcasing Nixle Connect at IACP this month,” stated Eric Liu, Nixle CEO. “Communications between public safety officials and the public they serve is of great importance. In both times of crisis and on a daily basis, Nixle has played a critical role in providing important information to citizens across the nation. We are proud to offer Nixle Connect free of charge for both agencies and citizens, and continue to help contribute to the safety of the public.”
Please visit Nixle at IACP at booth no. 942 if you would like hands-on training, a demonstration of new features, or just have general questions about Nixle.
Currently, more than 4,600 public safety agencies have adopted Nixle for their means of real-time communications with residents, and over 660,000 citizens have signed up to take advantage of the services.
Members of the public can register for Nixle Connect by texting their zip code to 888777 or visiting www.nixle.com.
Founded in 2007, Nixle is the leader in trusted notification services for law enforcement and government agencies. More than 4,600 government agencies throughout the United States use Nixle to communicate with residents via SMS mobile text messaging, email, the Web, and mobile applications. Over 660,000 citizens rely upon the system. Nixle is strategically partnered with Nlets to offer the only public messaging service on the International Justice and Public Safety network, a system owned by the fifty states and serving every criminal justice agency in the US and Canada. Nixle is a privately held company based in San Francisco, CA. For more information, visit www.nixle.com.
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