April 8, 2011
Alert ID has joined forces with the Department of Homeland Security to open the lines of communication between residents and the federal government in an effort to combat terrorism.
“Homeland security starts with hometown security,” said Alert ID founder Keli Wilson. “Alert ID serves a the eyes and ears on the street to convey important information.”
Robert Dorsey, a coordinator at the Northern Nevada Counter Terrorism Center, says the partnership is a logical one.