Neighbors by Ring
Safer neighborhoods, together.
When communities work together, safer neighborhoods become a reality. Connect with your neighbors and stay up-to-date with what’s going on in your neighborhood.
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Join the Neighborhood
Neighborhood security in your hands.
Get real-time crime and safety alerts from your neighbors and public safety agencies. Always know when and where things are happening in your area, and share updates to keep you and your community informed. Together we can create stronger communities, just like the neighbors below.
Neighbors users put an end to local crime spree.
A package thief left a community on edge after targeting homes in Dallas. Thanks to reports on the Neighbors App, the thief was arrested, and hundreds of packages were found at her home.
“The app has a strong effect of bringing neighbors together by sharing information and creating a sense of community.”
Communities pull together during disaster.
The Woolsey Fire devastated numerous communities in California. But as residents fled the flames, the Neighbors App kept them informed and connected with real-time updates from their communities.
“The app made me feel very connected to my community. It was priceless. It made me feel like I was home.”
Oak Park Resident
Lost & Found
Pets head home with help from neighbors.
Charlie is a helpful beagle who provides support to autistic kids in Atlanta. After going missing for three weeks, Charlie was tracked down and returned to her owner by helpful community members using the Neighbors App.
“My neighbors can be the eyes and ears when I’m not around. To have a positive ray of hope, of community support was amazing.”
Connecting with public safety agencies for safer communities.
We believe when residents and public safety agencies work together, safer neighborhoods become a reality. Click here to learn how public safety agencies are joining Neighbors.
“We have chosen to become a part of the conversation that is already going on with the Neighbors App. I think of it as a table; all of the neighbors in the neighborhood are sitting around a table; we have pulled up a chair to that table.”
Sgt. Craig Herrmann