March 25, 2020
How Relay is Helping Communities Through the COVID-19 Outbreak
Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, police agencies across the country have adopted Relay into their community. Relay is a platform that allows residents and law enforcement to communicate directly with one another via a smartphone app. What’s more, officers can send out geo-based broadcasts that notifies every resident within a specific area.
Recently, Relay has been used by police agencies to broadcast alerts to their residents about safety restrictions, store closures and other hazards with relation to COVID-19. Relay has proven to be a great tool for citizens to maintain social distancing while still reporting incidents to local law enforcement. An officer from the Oshkosh Police Department talks more about how Relay has helped their community during the outbreak. You can watch the video here. (shorturl.at/yJNS2)
With the prevalence of social media in this day and age, there is so much information being published for people to consume that it can oftentimes be difficult to decipher between what content is true and what content is merely mixed messages and noise. With the innovative Relay platform, local law enforcement have the ability to be the source of truth in their respective communities because the information comes straight from public safety officials.
With the volatile circumstance the virus has currently put our country in, police agencies and residents nationwide are trusting Relay for the fast and direct communication the platform provides. To learn more about how Relay can benefit you and your community, download the app on your smartphone today or visit relayapp.com for more information.