Download the LiveSafe App Today
The University of Baltimore has introduced LiveSafe, a revolutionary emergency phone app that connects UB students, faculty and staff to the UB Police Department in a seamless manner, allowing for more efficient communications and response.
LiveSafe, co-founded by a survivor of the Virginia Tech incident, allows users to communicate to police by reporting tips, placing emergency calls, messaging police via SMS-based communications and viewing emergency resources—all in one app. The app permits caller-initiated GPS. When you initiate the GPS feature, emergency responders will know your exact location so they can better serve and assist. LiveSafe operates within a "Geo-Fence" that allows the app to work only within UB's campus boundaries. When you are outside this perimeter, the app will allow you to call the nearest police agency in the event of an emergency. Your personal information will never be shared and will never be accessed except for emergency response initiated by you.
LiveSafe is free for all members of the University of Baltimore community to download. Just follow these steps and register today:
1. Go to the Apple iTunes Store or Google Play Store
2. Search for "LiveSafe"
3. Download the FREE App
4. Select "Univ. of Baltimore," using your UB e-mail address
You're all set! In case of an emergency or to report a tip to UB Police, just launch the app and seamlessly communicate with our law enforcement team.
For more information visit the UBPD LiveSafe page.