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HOMESAFE1STTM IS A "SHARED COMMUNITY AWARENESS APP" that allows family members of high-risk individuals/youth to give permission to search areas of their homes for UNWANTED OR ILLICIT GUNS OR DRUGS that loved ones may have hidden.

In half of mass shootings, the shooter exhibited warning signs indicating that they posed a danger to themselves or others before the shooting.

HOMESAFE1STTM

Homesafe1stTM also allows friends, peers or neighbors to non criminally report incidents of concern with high risk individuals within their schools, work or community environments.

How It Works

  1. PARENTS AND GUARDIANS IDENTIFY LOCATIONS OF CONCERN VIA SUBMISSION TO THE APP
  2. LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS PERFORM NON-CRIMINAL CONSENT SEARCH OF IDENTIFIED LOCATIONS OF CONCERN
  3. LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS SAFELY CONFISCATE UNSAFE FIREARMS AND/OR DANGEROUS CONTRABAND AND REFER FAMILY MEMBERS TO APPROPRIATE SERVICES FOR HELP

Areas of preventon:

  • Mass shooting events
  • Hate Crimes
  • Teen & Veteran Suicide
  • Drug abuse
  • Urban Juvenile gun crime
  • Internal Corporate Security & employee threat lost prevention

At HomeSafe1stTM, we believe that our success at saving lives will depend on scrupulous adherence to the promise of no prosecution. An innovative feature of HomeSafe1stTM app is the use of a "Consent to Search and Seize" form to secure legal access to the residence. Residents are assured that the sole purpose is to confiscate dangerously possessed contraband & firearms possessed by juveniles and that by providing written consent to search, their loved ones would not be charged with illegal possession of a firearm or contraband. Communities seeking interventions to reduce gun violence and drug abuse, especially among youths, might consider using HomeSafe1st.comTM consent searches as part of a comprehensive violence prevention & recovery strategy

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