SOURCE: Safe Community Network

February 01, 2006 08:00 ET

Safe Community Networks Launches Free HomeWatch Service to Track and Map Sexual Predators in Florida

HomeWatch Monitors, Analyzes, Maps and Sends e-Alerts Regarding Movements of Known Sexual Offenders & Predators in Your Neighborhood Free of Charge

MIAMI, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 1, 2006 --Safe Community Networks believes that Safety is Knowing who lives near your homes, neighborhoods, schools, and places of worship. With HomeWatch, Floridians can have the most comprehensive, state-wide, all-in-one mapping, tracking and reporting tool for sexual offenders and predators free of charge.

For do-it-yourself Floridians, keeping track of the 35,000+ sexual offenders in the state can be a full-time job. It can take up to 30 minutes per day to track and map the whereabouts of offenders and predators in any given area. At, HomeWatch does this automatically for free, only requiring residents to check their email accounts.

"By applying proprietary mapping technologies, we can show the location and status of offenders and predators in any area. If there are any changes, including new offenders or changes in existing offenders' status or location, Safe Community Networks notifies its members via an e-mail with an updated report," said Alec Rosen, Public Relations Director, Safe Community Networks.

There are dozens of offenders and predators living in virtually every county in Florida. Several counties have as many as 1,200 sexual offenders and predators. "People living in these counties need to know who is coming and going near their homes and schools. Relying on self reporting and searching other free databases has become a near impossible task for all but the most diligent of residents. HomeWatch can effectively and efficiently provide constant monitoring, mapping and reporting on an ongoing basis for multiple locations," added Rosen.

Through the use of HomeWatch, Safe Community Networks can help place Florida at the forefront of community safety. Constant updating and analysis of sexual offender and predator databases, all sent to your home free of charge, makes HomeWatch unlike any other free or commercial tracking database in the country.

About Safe Community Networks

Safe Community Networks ( believes that Safety is Knowing who is living near your home, in your neighborhood, by your school, office, or place of worship. Our services provide residents with the knowledge by which they can protect themselves and their families against registered sexual offenders.

Safe Community Networks was founded in 2005 to provide concerned citizens with updated, locally specific information regarding sexual offenders and predators.

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