Global Citizen Safety Network

Install the PubSafe app and be part of the global solution

 

 

Volunteer to give help or get help for people & animals. Crowd-sourced and real-time information. Join the movement & share your story.

Public Safety App

People Helping People
 

Volunteer to give help or get help for people & animals. Crowd-sourced and real-time information. Join the movement – Download & share your story.

Join the Movement

 

The PubSafe public safety network by Aftermath Data, gets more powerful with every member. It is the app every citizen should have and hope they never need. After installing the PubSafe app, keep it running when enjoying the outdoors, a day on the water and certainly during a disaster such as hurricanes, blizzards, wildfires, and flooding. With background sampling the app will alert you as you travel of severe weather and emergency issues share by FEMA, USGS NWS and others. The more members the quicker the response to emergencies and general good will toward fellow people. Personally identifiable information is never sold or shared. Always call 911 first. 

 

– People Helping People –

PubSafe Walkie-Talkie App

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Listen to PubSafe From Your Computer

Install The Communication App

Open Directory Project – Disaster Contact Information

Enter information on organizations, shelters and resources that often require repeated sharing. The directory is free to everyone to input data and to use to find the resources they need to improve disaster response. If you have to share it more than twice, put it in the directory and share the link.

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Recent Disasters

The government can only do so much for public safety before, during and after emergencies at the individual level or regional level. It takes time to communicate and respond. Responding to a major regional disaster such as a hurricane, flood or blizzard can quickly overwhelm emergency services. It is times like these that public safety relies on a public response. As an emergency goes on, professional responders will handle the more critical situations until things return to normal. Until things are “normal” or emergency responders are on the scene, public safety is everyone’s responsibility.