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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

New ‘panic button’ app aims to increase safety through connectivity | KXAN

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A new way to let people know you need help in an emergency hits the market this week.

It’s called Rally for Safety and is styled like a “panic button” that connects with an app on the user’s phone.

Founders Mike Murphy and Chris Espe used their training as Army Rangers to develop the device/app combination. The pair are now based in Austin.

“Our mission is to help fight back against sexual assault, rape and other dangerous situations, specifically on college campuses,” he explained.

Source: New ‘panic button’ app aims to increase safety through connectivity | KXAN

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