Give first responders the information they need to make decisions when approaching and resolving calls.
Make critical interactions safer for both first responders and citizens.
Help foster communication between agencies, citizens, and advocacy groups.
We’ve spent hundreds of hours riding with patrol officers. RideAlong is in continuous development, and we test it with officers at every stage.
"We followed the crisis response plan [in RideAlong]. Before, we were thinking an involuntary detention. We ended up just writing the report and documenting everything."
"We were able to close the call quickly. With the response plan [in RideAlong], we knew exactly what to try."
We worked with patrol officers, community service providers, and residents to understand their needs. By building a system that addresses these needs, we provide officers with the information to give people with mental illnesses better long-term outcomes.
Individualized information: specific de-escalation techniques, triggers to avoid, and officer safety concerns
RideAlong puts critical details at officers’ fingertips. Profiles offer crisis call history, case manager contact information, and personalized action plans how to effectively resolve crisis calls with specific individuals.
We integrate with your RMS and CAD systems, so profiles are one tap away on 911 calls
Packed with powerful features for patrol officers and crisis intervention-trained officers.
Shows data from the call history, interaction tips, and information from service providers.
Navigate and read profiles easily with text and buttons designed for the moving car.
Works on Android, iOS, and Windows smartphones.
Search by name, DOB, or physical characteristics.
Get tap-to-dial and email notifications for case managers, family members, and other service providers.
View dates and high-level information from people’s most recent crisis calls.
Send feedback from officers to crisis intervention experts about recent encounters.
View DOL and mugshot photos, and add photos for scars/marks/tattoos.