Namola Watch: How To Get Involved?

What is your Emergency?

In an emergency situation, an exact location with accurate victim particulars and incident detail are vital in ensuring a quick response. When under the stress of a crime situation or medical emergency, these details very often get miscommunicated or lost in translation. Namola exists to solve this problem, providing you with the best possible assistance when you or those around you need help the most.

Through our easy to use application, using the power of your GPS enabled mobile device, we can drastically improve the quality and accuracy of information delivered to an incident relevant network of responders nearest to you.

What is the Namola Watch?

In addition, we are now offering a new and innovative Namola Watch package for the security conscious. Namola Watch provides a dispatch of trained people to come to your aid immediately after you hit the panic button. Our Namola Watch network consists of law enforcement officers, reservists, neighborhood watches, CPFs, etc. across the country. Whenever an incident is reported through Namola, the nearest Sentinels are alerted with an accurate location and incident details so that they can respond. How can you get involved?

If you are a member of a safety initiative such as a neighborhood watch or a CPF, or an officer or reservist, get in touch with us at watch@namola.com and we’ll sign you up to our Namola Watch network to receive alerts about incidents in your area.

And even if you’re not, you can help us and your community by spreading the word about Namola and asking your local neighborhood watch or CPF (or even friends in law enforcement) to get in touch with us.

Does Namola Cover Remote areas?

We understand and fully appreciate the gravity of the special dangers facing farmers. In rural areas that are far away from the nearest police station, Namola might not always be able to get police out as speedily as we’d like. (Not for lack of trying!)

Farm Watches can choose to join Namola Watch, which allows Farm Watches to receive emergency notifications in their area. This is to ensure that even if SAPS don’t have the resources to deal with an emergency, the community’s own safety initiatives can take over.

If you know of any Farm Watches that might want to get involved, please ask them to get in touch with watch@namola.com, and we’ll get them on board.

Namola empowers communities to take back power from criminals.

 

One last thing.

Namola is a communication tool to better manage emergency response. Namola is not, however, the police or any other official emergency service, so if in doubt, please use the below emergency contact details.

Emergency – Ambulance (10177)

Emergency – Cell phone (112)

Emergency – National (10111)

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