Don't Just tell the Dispatcher About Your Emergency Show Them


Justifeyed integrates live video feed to the 9-1-1 dispatchers, which helps avoid miscommunication and provides a clearer understanding of the incident. In turn they are able to better prepare emergency services for the situation they are going into. This type of communication is very beneficial in instances such as mass shootings in public places such as churches, night clubs and concerts to provide instant details of the scene, especially while traveling in an unfamiliar area to protect you and your family, or if you simply come upon an emergency situation and need help quickly. Right now the disconnect from the time the call is placed, to when emergency services arrive is to great. No matter your age, race, ability or language you speak, you can easily be made aware of your surroundings, report any suspicious activity, and quickly connect with emergency services. With just these few features Justifeyed has the potential to reduce response rate to a scene by 5-7 minutes, compared to the current system. Saving time by creating a better connection, has the potential to more efficiently save lives.

Click below to learn more about me, Marcus Evans, the Creator and Founder of Justifeyed LLC, and why I believe this app is needed world wide. Learn what brought me to the realization a change was needed now. 

 FACT Disability
In the United States alone, 48.9 million people have at least one form of disability

·         1 million live with severe disabilities

·         2 million have a functional limitation

·         5 million are youth

 FACT Disabilities
Categories of disability types include various physical and mental impairments that can hamper                                                                        or reduce a person's ability to carry out his day to day activities. 

·         Mobility and Physical Impairments

·         Spinal Cord Disability

·         Head Injuries (TBI) - Brain Disability

·         Vision Disability

·         Hearing Disability

·         Cognitive or Learning Disabilities


FACT Elderly
Falls are the leading cause of death from injury among people 65 and older. Approximately 9,500 deaths in older Americans are associated with falls each year. More than half of all fatal falls involve people 75 or over. Among people aged 65 to 69, one out of every 200 falls results in a hip fracture



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