On the 9th of February 2023, Namola responded to a crime incident reporting a break-in.
Initial ETA: 2 minutes.
Response time: 2 minutes, 24 seconds.
Responder time on the scene: 8 minutes, 21 seconds.
The Namola control centre received a dispatch request from a Namola Plus user who reported that there were two people on her property, breaking into her home. Our private security team was immediately dispatched to her location.
Upon arrival, we were told that there were two suspects that tried to gain entry using her sliding door but failed and had run away.
Our security responders searched the area and found the suspects. We are happy to confirm that both suspects were arrested and nobody was hurt.
Namola is a safety app designed to provide users with quick and easy access to emergency services when they need it the most.
Read more about the difference between Namola (free) and Namola Plus
Below are some of the advantages of using Namola:
Quick access to emergency services: Namola connects users with the nearest emergency services provider, ensuring that help is dispatched quickly.
Real-time communication: The app allows users to communicate with emergency services providers in real-time, which can be critical in emergency situations.
Location tracking: Namola uses the GPS location of the user's phone to track their location, making it easier for emergency services to locate them.
One-touch emergency button: With the Namola app, users can activate an emergency call with just one touch of a button, which can be useful in situations where time is of the essence.
Community safety features: The app includes a number of community safety features, such as the ability to report suspicious activity, share real-time crime alerts, and receive safety tips.
Overall, Namola provides a convenient and reliable way for users to access emergency services, and its community safety features can help to improve the safety and security of communities as a whole.
Download Namola today, and test the emergency response by pressing "SOS" -> "Test".
You never know when you may need it.