Neighborhood Watch software

An innovative software platform and a tool that enables Neighborhood Watch organizations (crime watch, neighbourhood crime watch) to create and manage human-based safety nets and connect their members and all parts of the local community!

At the same time, Citizens can enjoy the benefits of one of the best mobile apps for personal safety.

Neighborhood Watch software platform

Next-Gen Neighborhood Watch utility

Calling teams into action and reporting on tasks performed or an incident has never been easier. Built-in location and GPS tracking and many other features

Your safety net could include only your Neighborhood Watch organization with different groups and subgroups but also you can create a multi-organizational network. For example, the network could include Neighborhood Watch organizations, emergency services, city services, care associations, organizations such as the Red Cross and others.

Control center (web application)

A powerful web-based app for the management, analysis and control of the network and broadcasting media-rich content to all members and users

Mobile app (for members, and/or citizens)

Extremely flexible, it can be used to report or respond to a situation. At the same time, it is one of the best safety mobile apps on the market

Smart panic button (optional)

Wireless, coin-sized push-button which connects with the mobile app. It is very useful in emergencies, for the elderly and disabled

Neighborhood Watch data management, analysis and reporting software

Collection, analysis and reporting from the field about the work of Neighborhood Watch organizations and members, reported incidents, which ultimately makes a great added value when deciding, planning and monitoring the work of NW organizations.

With Qdrome you can broadcast a message from its Control center (with images, videos, audio files and text) to the members of Neighborhood Watch or just one team (eg. Neighborhood Watch patrol). You can also, for example, broadcast messages to all connected citizens that something is happening in a particular neighborhood (eg a protest, concert, car accident…), and they will instantly see it on their mobile devices.

At the same time, every Neighborhood Watch member (patrol member, guard..) can broadcast a media-rich message with location and GPS tracking data to all other members and the Control center and report the incident or situation. The possibilities are endless and you can tailor them to the needs of your Neighborhood Watch organization.

Important practical features for any Neighborhood Watch organization

Incidents and users data presentations and reporting

The Control center app can have several types of reporting in the form of a table, graph or heat map. Reports are available in PDF and CSV format. For example, the query can be “Show me all incidents by hours where the police were called in the last 3 months” or “Show me only incidents related to house burglaries in the last year”, etc.

Map reports

The Neighborhood Watch patrols can report incidents of suspicious persons, suspicious houses, house burglaries, car break-ins, drug dealing, and so on.

Heat maps

The concentration of reports of suspicious criminal acts and incidents can also be seen in the form of a heat map.

Graph reports

The graph shows the number of incidents reported by NW patrols by hour. The graph can also show the number of incidents in a certain period on a weekly, monthly or yearly basis.

Customizable PDF or CSV reports

Reports are an important feature for a Group Administrator. Equally important is the ability to customize the data and generate reports tailored to specific needs, which can then be exported in PDF or CSV format.

Broadcast types & tags

Members of NW patrols can use predefined tags when reporting incidents. In addition to significantly speeding up communication during the incident, it later enables high-quality analysis and filtering of the collected data and the creation of reports in the Control center.

The tags that will be used for a particular type of broadcast or the Group as a whole are defined by the Group administrator. For example: Police called, Police arrived, Ambulance called, Ambulance arrived, Ambulance left, Firefighters called, Firefighters arrived, Offender arrested, Chase in progress, Patrol in progress, etc.

Neighborhood Watch patrol real-time tracking

In the Control center app, the movement and route of the Neighborhood Watch patrol can be monitored on the map (real-time GPS tracking), and the movement route remains recorded in the database for later analysis and archiving.

User roles and management

Group user management, such as inviting Neighborhood Watch members and citizens to the group, assigning certain roles, deleting from the group, etc., is the task of the Group Administrator (via Qdrome Control center). Users are all members of your group.

There are two user roles: Regular users and Responders. Regular users can use the mobile app to report events and incidents, while Responders (Neighborhood Watch members) can respond to them, but they can also report events themselves. As a Group Administrator, you can give custom names to your users and Responders.

There is also a role of Recruiter who has all the privileges of a Responder plus the ability to recruit new Neighborhood Watch members and citizens (invite new users to the group) through the Qdrome mobile application.

Neighborhood Watch area geo-boundaries

Personnel in the Control room can divide its Neighborhood Watch area into zones and determine geo-boundaries for individual neighborhoods to have an overview of the zones in which certain patrols move, for easier organization and non-overlapping.

Neighborhood Watch network

Need an efficient utility tool to connect multiple Neighborhood Watch organizations in your city or area? Would you like to network with other associations, NWO or, for example, emergency services? No problem!

Our software enables you to create a safety net with a tree structure and connect all parts of local communities. You can create an unlimited number of subgroups and levels. All desired Neighborhood Watch organizations and other organizations, groups and services can be included in the structure of your safety net.


  • Connecting and putting all needed NW organizations, city and emergency services, associations and groups under one roof
  • Neighborhood Watch data management and detailed analysis of incidents and the work of NW members
  • For citizens and tourists – Faster help and an extra layer of security in emergency and non-emergency situations
  • Prevention of violence, better connectivity and cooperation with citizens
  • Connecting communities – reconnecting people and Neighborhood Watch organizations, a sense of communion
  • Branding and possibilities for providing completely new services
Neighborhood Watch organizational structure example

Built-in security and privacy features. GDPR compatible.

The platform is designed for maximum protection of users and responders. See the built-in security and privacy features.

Flexible billing depending on the number of users or a white-label solution?

We made sure Qdrome is available to as many organizations as possible, regardless of size. View plans and prices.

A new service and source of income for Neighborhood Watch organizations

Use Qdrome as a new business model or to build the community. Provide a new service to your citizens.

Qdrome demo

We have prepared a Neighborhood Watch Demo version with existing NW members, patrollers, Broadcasts, Groups and subgroups. Test all the features of the Qdrome platform, and feel free to contact us for any additional questions.

Short 3-steps instructions

Sign in to demo Group

1. Sign in to the Qdrome Control center (web app)

You can find login credentials below (click on the "Qdrome demo credentials" button). After signing in, explore the options of the Control Center and change the data as desired.

2. Invite members to your Group

2. Invite you and other members to your Demo Group

When you want to receive and send Broadcasts from your mobile phone, invite yourself and other members to your Demo group - just enter your and other members' email addresses and click Invite.
Important: the email address must be the one with which the user will log in to the Qdrome mobile app.

4. Choose Demo mode

3. Install the Qdrome mobile app and choose Demo mode

Install the mobile app by clicking on the link in the invitation e-mail you received or find the app in the Apple Store or Google Play - just type "Qdrome" in the store search.
At the top of the first screen (before logging into the mobile app), select Demo mode from the drop-down menu, and then log in.

Extra layer

Besides your NW organization, users can use the Qdrome mobile app as part of the global Heroes Nearby community and use the same mobile application to increase their personal safety and the safety of their loved ones, their neighbors and the community. It’s as simple as switching channels on a TV!

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