The Corps Guard app is activated prior to an individual commencing a journey or placing themselves in a situation that may be unsafe. A signal is transmitted to the Corps Monitoring Centre and our highly trained operators will begin tracking the individual’s movements.
Should the individual feel threatened or under duress at any time, simply shaking or tapping their smartphone, or pressing their accompanying Corps Guard Bluetooth wristband, instantly sends an alert to the Corps Monitoring Centre and designated emergency contacts.
The alert page has a tracking data facility that displays an exact GPS location which is updated every 45 seconds so all emergency contacts can follow movements before, during and after an incident.
Depending on the nature of the alert, our Corps Monitoring Centre will immediately attempt to contact the person to establish their situation, contact the nearest member of the security team if the user is on site, or if the evidence suggests a threat to life, the local police are informed.
The user’s mobile phone automatically sends audio and video footage to our Corps Monitoring Centre so they have full exposure to events that occur. This footage can be used to identify an assailant and used in a court of law.
The audio-visual recording is uploaded automatically to the user’s account via the cloud and onto Corps Monitoring Centre’s system so if the phone is stolen or damaged, the evidence is still accessible.
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