- Does your child walk to and from school everyday?
- Does your child get bullied on his/her way to and from school?
- The Wanderer
- Does your family take trips to Amusement Parks?
- Does your child have any Health issues?
- Is your child to young for a cell phone?
- Are you a concerned parent?
iGPS Watch for Concerned Loved One:
If you have answered yes to any of the questions listed above then iGPS Watch is for you and your family. Here at Alerts 911 we want to take the weight off your shoulders, so you can have peace of mind again when your child walks out the front door. Alerts 911 enables you to always keep in contact with your loved ones (low-key), always knowing they are safe without the constant phone calls or texting just to check-up on them.
We know the feeling when the child doesn’t answer a phone call or text right away, our minds get wrapped in a tornado of worry “and the pacing and biting of nails has begun.” Give you and your loved one the independence you both deserve, peace of mind.
- An estimated 2,300 children are missing every day in the United States. Missing children can be victims of family abduction, non-family abduction, or they can be runaways.
- Every 40 seconds in the United States, a child becomes missing or is abducted.
- In 2012, 900,00 people (adults and children) were reported missing to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center. The FBI estimates that 85 to 90 percent of those (roughly 800,000 people or 2,500 per day) reported missing were children. The vast majority of these cases are resolved within hours.
- Based on the identity of the perpetrator, there are three distinct types of kidnapping: kidnapping by a relative of the victim or “family kidnapping” (49 percent), kidnapping by an acquaintance of the victim or “acquaintance kidnapping” (27 percent), and kidnapping by a stranger to the victim or “stranger kidnapping” (24 percent).
- Stranger kidnapping victimized more females than males, occurs primarily at outdoor locations, victimize both teenagers and school-age children, is associated with sexual assaults in the case of girl victims and robberies in the case of boy victims.
- Only about one child out of each 10,000 missing children reported to the local police is not found alive. However, about 20 percent of the children reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in non-family abductions are not found alive.
- In 80 percent of abductions by strangers, the first contact between the child and the abductors occurs within a quarter-mile of the child’s home.
- Most potential abductors grab their victims on the street or try to lure them into their vehicles.
- About 74 percent of the victims of non-family child abduction are girls.
- Acting quickly is critical. 74 percent of abducted children who are ultimately murdered are dead within three hours of the abduction.
The iGPS Watch equipped with an SOS button. If your child needs help they are only a button away. With the use of our “mom-friendly” tracking portal, you can set zones around your home, school, or anywhere you like and receive alerts when they enter or exit a zone. You can also check the history of the device to see where it’s been. iGPS Watch is also water resistant for active children.
GPS Watch Functionality:
- GPS Type: A-GPS
- Up to 6 GPS locations waypoints preset
- Up to 8 Guardian phone numbers
- Auto SMS message sent to guardian numbers when watch enters/leaves waypoint locations “Geo-Fence”
- On demand GPS location when queried by guardian SMS message
- GPS information sent when SOS triggered + guardian pickup.
- Locate via computer or smart phone
- Talk Time Up to 4 hours
- Standby 120 hours
- SOS Button will immediately notify your smart phone when child needs help. If the first pre-set number does not answer the device will automatically call the second pre-set number and send GPS location.
- 2 way voice communication to speak to your child
- Listener Mode “Eavesdrop Calling” Call the watch without any notification to wearer and eavesdrop on surrroundings.
- Low Battery Alert