Shepherd Shield – Always Be in the Know When it Comes to Security Threats


It’s sometimes a question we pose to ourselves to only be on the safe side… “Is this new place I’m going to safe?” “What’s the criminal activity here?”

Luckily, there’s an app called Shepherd Shield that can put your mind at ease.

Shepherd Shield’s mission is to have users stay vigilant of security threats while simultaneously keeping appraised of personal security.

If you’re in an area where there’s a threat, such as an active shooter, you’ll instantly get a push notification straight to your phone so you can take the necessary safety precautions.

Users have a customized choice of categories, including high crime areas, active shooter alerts, terrorist threats, weather emergencies, and the addresses of registered sex offenders.

If you happen to enter an area where there’s a current threat, you immediately be notified by the app without having to open it. In addition, there’s a feature that allows you to warn others of any nearby dangers. All you have to do is report the crime, enter the date, time, and any media you may have to validate your claim.

In addition, a user can pre-set their “Top 5 Safety Spots” such as school, office building, etc, etc. If an alert were to show in one of those spots, the user’s Shepherd Shield would automatically send a notice.

Every second counts in life-threatening situations, so you can count on Shepherd Shield.

Learn more by heading to or go directly to the App or Google Play Store.



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